Exercise & Fitness
Exercise and fitness go hand in hand, and we all know how important it is to maintain physical prowess through the years. Not only does an unhealthy body have links with weight gain and health problems, neglecting to exercise can also lead to low moods, cognition issues and memory problems. In short, make sure you are fit enough to keep up with all the family, in every way!
Did you know…
- Consistency is key; set an exercise plan and stick to it as much as possible. This will help you to keep fit and avoid injuries.
- New research has revealed that the body’s endocannabinoid system may play a role in why exercise helps with the symptoms of depression, as well as other functions including sleep, memory and appetite.
- There actually is such a thing as too much heavy exercise; you can actually damage your body by exerting too much pressure on joints and muscles. If you intend to up your exercise routine, you should do it gradually and build yourself up properly.
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