Physical fitness is related to the optimal physiological conditions of the body, which involves performance of the heart, lungs, and muscles. Many connect physical fitness with the maintenance and improvement of their physical appearance. However, what we do with our bodies also affects what we can do with our minds. Physical fitness can improve not only body health but also mental health.
Physical exercises improves muscle and strength but also strengthen bones and reduce body fat. Regular physical activity has always increased physical fitness. It is said that what affects our physical selves affects our psychological and emotional selves as well. Physical activity enhances both mental and physical fitness. Since your brain is part of your body, your physical fitness affects the effectiveness and the operation of your brain. Being physically fit allows blood flow to effectively reach the various muscles in your body, as well as your brain. If you are in good physical shape, more oxygen and nutrients are supplied to the brain to allow it to work effectively.
There are many benefits of physical fitness like endurance, good figure, muscular strength, and flexibility. Physical fitness also introduces mental benefits, including a positive attitude, high self-esteem, and the production of endorphins, which act as a mood regulator and painkiller. Regular physical activity improves one’s ability to tolerate stress and is beneficial to have a good nights rest. Regular physical activities, like running or walking, taking the stairs, bicycling or even weight-lifting reduces heart disease and risk of cancer, diabetes, and high blood pressure.
Healthy living is a combination of many things, including good nutrition, regular exercise and a positive attitude. Taking care of your body and feeling pride in your accomplishments and can improve both your physical and mental health. One must do exercises on a regular basis along with right nutritional diet to stay...
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