The Importance of Staying Active

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The importance of staying active

Staying active is important. It keeps one healthy, prevent one from falling ill easily and it also let one to look good and feel better. Staying active also helps to strengthen bones and muscle of one’s body. As viruses such as avian flu or swine flu are appearing, one should keep themselves healthy and not take the risk of having the illness. There are other benefits for staying active as well. Being active means that one will exercise regularly, with exercising regularly one is able to build a stronger body and immune system for themselves. With a stronger immune system, they can prevent illness such as stroke, obesity and many more. Exercising often will allow the body to deliver oxygen to the working muscles, preventing them to sore easily. It can also help to lower blood pressure and resting heart rates. Finally exercise can increase the stamina level of one, to improve one’s daily routine such as work. Exercising regularly can also help to relieve stress. Living in a modern society, being stress is inevitable. For students to keep up in their studies, for the working adults they have to work in stressful environments to keep their higher ups satisfied. However, being active can help to relieve stress as it releases hormones into one’s body to help balance out the focus of the person. Another benefit of staying active is that one can live a healthier life. Being active, one can increase the metabolism rate which helps to break down food which were being eaten. Metabolism rate will slow down as people age. With metabolism rate getting slower, the digestion of food would take a longer time to digest. With a longer time to digest the food, one may get excess weight as the food does not break down in time. As one is active, they can be much more confident as they will find themselves slowly accomplishing things that they could not have done before. As they practice, they will find themselves slowly getting the hang of...
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