Physical health benefits of exercising

Physical health benefits of exercising

When it comes to exercising, there are a lot of health benefits which are associated with it. People who tend to exercise on a day to day basis usually tend to have healthier bodies as compared to those who don’t. By exercising you will be making your bones much stronger, you will also be improving your lungs as well as your heart.

Exercises are also known to help with dealing with specific diseases which are known to affect teens and adolescents. A recent study which was conducted on the same topic revealed that teens who exercise on a regular basis tend to burn more calories. In addition that exercising helps in ensuring that your body uses your blood sugar more efficiently. Thus exercising will help you from getting diseases such as type 2 diabetes.

So why should you be concerned with this? Well, over the past few months health experts have realized that more and more teens are now being affected by diseases which are usually associated with adults. For instance type 2 diabetes are usually associated with adults and currently type 2 diabetes cases have been reported among teens and health experts are indicating that 50% of all the cases which are reported nowadays are teens.

Here is another interesting fact that you should be considering. Children who are overweight while they are young tend to grow up to be overweight adults. Ensuring that your kid starts early when it comes to eating healthy goes a long way.

Lastly, exercising done by girls who are at their teens years is known to prevent the chances of them developing breast cancer as they grow.
 

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