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Stressed out, struggling with depression, fighting with your spouse, can't lose that bulge around the tummy... go for a walk!
"Of all exercises walking is the best." - Thomas Jefferson
Studies continue to show that regular exercise can help relieve stress and depression. Walking is inexpensive and fun and the most beneficial exercise. People who walk regularly are healthier, fitter, thinner, more alert and sleep better than those who don’t.
According to the health experts, as little as 30 minutes of moderate exercises per day, such as walking, will produce many benefits, such as reduced risk of heart disease, of stroke, of high blood pressure, of cancer and of diabetes.
It also increases the number of calories that your body uses, which helps control weight problems.
Walking can also help control the swelling of joints and pain from arthritis.
So if walking helps with things like:
- keeping your bones, muscles and joints healthy;
- reduces anxiety and depression, boosting your mood;
- helps you handle stress;
- helps you sleep better;
- improves your self esteem;
- helps you lose weight, and
- gives you an opportunity to socialize actively with friends and family.
Go for that walk! Today! And start changing your life!
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