Wednesday, March 27, 2013
English IIB Acc. 2nd Period
Why People Should Exercise More
Physical exercise is one of the most important things in the world. With proper exercise you can avoid or reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, and improve your brain power. Now wouldn’t that be nice? If you were to get exercise regularly you could become a doctor with your brain power, and with that much skill you could help cure people of these formidable illnesses. They key to doing this, exercise, is an activity that for centuries has been made increasingly easier to do and can be done at a faced paced, low effort, agenda.
Firstly, probably the most dangerous risk for not exercising properly is cardiovascular disease. It is an illness that single-handedly takes out one in four Americans. That’s 25% folks! Many types of coronary heart disease can be avoided or reduced by exercise. For example, in coronary heart disease high levels of fatty cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, and blood vessel inflammation. All of these illnesses can be prevented through one way or another. One common cure or help that these illnesses have is exercise. ‘Your doctor has probably recommended dietary changes to your meals that are too rich in high cholesterol foods, perhaps more exercise, maybe even medication.”(Holly McCord) Wow exercise is a great remedy in this case.’ “By reducing inflammation, exercise decreases damage to blood vessels and reduce the number of cholesterol deposits.” (Dr. David Lipschitz, 2007) Look! Problem avoided! “Scientific evidence indicates that mental stress can adversely affect the cardiovascular system. Scientific evidence indicates that mental stress can adversely affect the cardiovascular system.” (Ben Martin, PSY.D.) This statement shows that stress can cause heart illnesses and hurt your health. Yoga is a stress relieving exercise that when done can help you to have a shapely body and is very...
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