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Why walk & how to walk

Why walk & how to walk

Why walk & how to walk

Walking is an excellent exercise. Walking regularly provides many benefits. Although this information is known to many, many people have no clear idea or they don’t know why walk & how to walk. Let’s find out some of the benefits of walking.

Controls diabetes:

The type-2 diabetes risk can be reduced by Walking regularly. Walking is also effective in controlling diabetes. Walking increases the effectiveness of insulin in the muscles of the body. As a result, blood glucose is reduced. Reduces the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke.
Walking is very effective in reducing and controlling the risk of hypertension. Walking regularly reduces fat in the blood vessels. So the risk of coronary heart disease is reduced. In addition to the main coronary artery block, regular walking will increase the blood supply to the surrounding small blood vessels. As a result, the risk of heart disease is reduced. There is also the risk of suffering from a reduced stroke.

Reduces fat:walking Reduces fat

Walking regularly reduces fat, and weight is under control. Good cholesterol or HDL increases, Also bad cholesterol or LDL decreases.

 

Reduces the risk of cancer :

Walking regularly reduces weight. As a result, many other cancers, including breast cancer are reduced.

 

walking walking Keeps the mood good

Keeps the mood good:

Walking regularly increases the brain’s chemical release of good feeling like endorphins, dopamine, serotonin. As a result, depression decreases, the mood is good, sleep is better at night.

 

Improves cardiovascular and lung function:

Increases heart rate and breathing speed while walking. As a result, the blood supply to the heart and lungs increases. It increases the performance of these two organs that are important.

 

“Walks at least five days a week to get the benefits of the walking”

 

walking Good for bones and knots

Good for bones and knots:

Walking increases bone density and decreases erosion. Who walks regularly, osteoporosis is less for those. Bone joints or knots remain healthy.

 

Increases physical performance:

Walking increases blood supply to the muscle. It increases muscle strength.

 

Some suggestions:

Walk at least five days a week to get the benefits of walking. You have to walks at least 5 minutes a day for 5 minutes a week. If you cannot walk for 5 minutes at a time, you can walk for 3 minutes a day for 3 minutes. Choose a specific time of morning or afternoon for walking. Walk fast so that sweating, pulse vibration increases. Walks slowly the first few minutes and the last few minutes after the walk begins. The body will adapt to it. Do not walk immediately after eating. Drink some water at the beginning and end of the walk. Wear comfortable casual clothing and appropriate shoes.