The Effect of Exercise on Life

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The Effect of Exercise on Life
Exercise causes multiple effects in many areas of life. It improves physical health, fitness, mental health, spiritual health, and general overall well-being. It benefits the heart, blood circulation, lowers cholesterol and fat levels, makes arteries and blood vessels more flexible and work better. Exercise is one of the most important parts of keeping at the recommended weight for your height. It also makes muscles stronger and more flexible, and improves your outlook on life and attitude. General overall well being is improved by exercise. The effects of exercise are almost all positive. Exercise improves physical health in strength, heart health, and fitness. As you exercise regularly, muscle strength and tone increases. The cardio vascular effects of exercise include increased blood and nutrient flow to organ systems, brain and body. Arteries and blood vessels are more flexible and efficient. Exercise increases weight loss to bring your body into recommended weight guidelines for your height. Exercise also causes better skin tone as it flushes out wastes through sweat. If you are more physically fit, you look better and that makes you feel better. You will also be able to go to sleep, stay asleep, and have more restful sleep. Heart health is improved through exercise. It strengthens the heart muscle which in turn causes the heart to work better, and more efficiently. As the heart gets stronger it does not have to work as hard. The blood vessels are more flexible. It reduces the chance of having a heart attack or a stroke. This reduces blood pressure which also reduces the risk of stroke. Exercise reduces cholesterol which is a big risk for adults as they get older. Cholesterol is a substance which is like fat, produced by the body and by eating foods that are high in fat. Bad cholesterol can hook on to the artery walls, cause a clog, and reduce blood flow. The result...
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