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Exercise and your health

Updated on April 16, 2012

Exercise and daily health

Exercise is and important part of life; and is critical for our well being. It is a critical part of our well being. It is a critical part of staying healthy. If you are active you live longer and you feel better about your self.

1. Exercise;    Improves ones mood

2. Exercise     the ticket for chronic diseasees

3. Exercise     helps you manage your weight gain

4.  Exercise    Boost your  energy level

5.  Exercise    helps you sleep better

6.  Exercise    helps improve your love life7

7   Exercise    is fun

So take a aerobics class,yoga,jogging, riding a bike,swimming,walking,or whatever you decide.

Don't be a couch potato your health may depend on it.

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  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Hello and thanks for your insightful comment. I appreciate those words of encouragement.

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    jaredbangerter 

    7 years ago from New York City

    This is a very thorough list of the benefits of exercise you have here. The one I notice the most when exercising regularly is improved quality of sleep and mood. People think of exercise as something to help the body, but it is equally helpful from a mental stand point. In fact, I attribute conquering my depression to regular daily exercise and healthy eating.

    What kind of exercises do you find to be the most helpful to your mood and sleep quality? More cardio oriented work outs or more intense weight lifting?

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Hi GBY thanks for your comment and thanks for dropping by today. Nice to see you again.

    Have a great day

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    stars439 

    7 years ago from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State.

    Very good advice. GBY.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thank you Kamran for your comment. Exercise is most important for our health. I couldn't agree more with you. Thanks for dropping by my hubs.

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    Kamran100 

    7 years ago

    wonderful hub! no doubt exercise is really beneficial for health, good post! thank u............kamran!

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thanks KoffeeKlatch Gals for your comment. Yes exercise does keep us going. It makes us feel good. I try to exercise atleast 3 days a week. Thanks for dropping by for a visit.

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    Susan Hazelton 

    7 years ago from Sunny Florida

    Rhonda, good points about ecercise. It does keep us going.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thank you WillStarr for your comment. Thanks for stopping by for a visit. Have a wonderful day.

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    WillStarr 

    7 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

    Good Hub and great points!

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thank you katrinasui for your comment. Thanks fr stopping by my hubs. Have a safe Happy New Year.

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    katrinasui 

    7 years ago

    Nice article. Keep up the good work.

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thank you for your comment. Exercise promotes our healthy well being. Thanks for stopping by my hubs.

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    QudsiaP1 

    7 years ago

    Once again good article, Rhonda, don't you mean "exercise is a ticket out of chronic diseases" rather than a ticket for chronic diseases? :)

    Just wondering.

    Thank you for sharing, hope you got the subtle hint. :P

  • Rhonda Waits profile imageAUTHOR

    Rhonda Musch 

    7 years ago from The Emerald Coast

    Thank you Joy Dans for your comment.

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    Joy Dans 

    7 years ago

    Great article about the need to exercise. I say thumbs up.

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    anonymous 

    7 years ago

    Get out and exercise you just might enjoy it.

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    anonymous 

    7 years ago

    A great article.

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    anonymous 

    7 years ago

    get up and exercise

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    anonymous 

    7 years ago

    Get out and exercise. You will feel better about your self.

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    rgwem@yahoo.com 

    7 years ago

    i agree love this article. Get out and exercise a beautiful writer. keep up the good work

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    inspiringintent 

    7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing Rhonda,

    I agree 100%. Many people dread exercising or can't maintain a healthy routine because they try to do too much too soon. Starting off with a heavy routine will just exhaust your body. 30 minutes a day is all you need. Start off slow and get your heart rate up to a low cardio level. Then after you've created a habit a going to the gym or taking the time out to exercise, work on endurance by lengthening the amount of time you exercise before increasing resistance. You'll feel great!

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    Loyld 

    7 years ago

    wow

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    Dale J Ovenstone 

    7 years ago from Wales UK

    Good article Rhonda & nicely written I enjoyed it.

    I also like to regard fresh oxygen as our life giving force & is vital for health purposes whereas not very nice microbes responsible for certain diseases within can comfortably thrive in warm moist conditions especially deep inside the cells of the body.

    As exercising can aid one to force more oxygen circulating deep within ones bodily system so it's good to know exercise also has this benefit too.

    Keep up your good work.

    Dale

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    Kitty Pflaum 

    7 years ago from Phoenixville, PA

    Awesome article! :)

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    healingone 

    7 years ago from Georgia

    Great points...Exercise can definitely add joy, health...goodness to ones life and overall experience.

    Luv & Blessings!

    ;)

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    anonymous 

    7 years ago

    way to go

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    anonymous 

    7 years ago

    thumbs up

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    waitstaylor@yahoo.com 

    7 years ago

    cool article

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    ericjmusch@yahoo.com 

    7 years ago

    Great article

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