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The heart is the most important organ in the body. It is one of the most fragile, and definitely one whose health we should be working towards improving and maintaining every day. Heart health matters a lot, as a strong heart mostly equals a strong life. The food you eat and the fitness activities you take part in go a long way towards improving your heart health. In this article, we will be taking you through five (5) ways in which exercise improves your heart health.
It is recommended that you get in at least 30 minutes of aerobic exercise a day, for at least 5 days a week. Aerobic exercise such as running, cycling, and brisk walking help improve blood circulation. This in turn results in reduced heart rate and blood pressure.
If you’re trying to manage or lose weight, exercise is the key. Your weight matters a lot when it comes to your heart health, and being overweight puts you at a lot of risk for heart diseases.
Diabetes puts you at a high risk of heart disease. Aerobic exercise like brisk walking or swimming has been proven to impede the development of diabetes. The muscles process glycogen better when you exercise, and this results in reduced blood sugars.
Resistance training offers the body a lot of benefits. It is great for losing weight, especially in the belly, as a big belly is a risk factor for heart diseases. Combining resistance training routines with aerobic exercise has been proven to help raise the body’s good cholesterol while lowering the bad cholesterol level.
A number of studies have shown that exercising regularly reduces your risk of coronary heart disease. The reduction is as much as 21% for men and 29% for women. People who are active and keep fit are also 20% less likely to suffer from a stroke!
Regular exercise improves so many aspects of your general health and does wonders for your heart. Try to pair exercise with a proper diet, and you’re well on your way to living a healthier life. Take charge of your health with the DRO Health App, which has many features that will help you manage various aspects of your health. The DRO Health App is available on the App Store (iOS) and Google Play Store (Android).
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