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Simple Regular exercises ward off serious diseases
November 06, 2016

Can Something as simple as Doable Exercises Ward off Serious Diseases?


Here is a report that tells us what we already know

And that is that regular exercises prevent serious diseases and combat aging

You know that already, don't you.

But what I intend to explain is how

Exercises reduce stress

Stress is a doorway for a lot of diseases.
These include

  • Heart diseases
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Poor digestion
  • Irritability
  • Low immunity
  • Memory problems

All these are risk factors for poor health

And this is just naming a few: there are plenty more

Exercises ward off serious diseases by helping your reduce stress.

Exercises improves circulation

Better circulation brings more blood and oxygen to the cells

If you have been reading the newsletters I send you, you would have known who Dr Otto Warburg was.

Dr Warburg won the Nobel Prize in medicine in 1931
His major discovery was the major causes of Cancer and how to defeat it

That research found that the major causes of cancer were lack of energy and oxygen in the cells!

More oxygen and nutrients in the blood allow the cells to generate more energy, thereby reducing the risks of Cancer and other diseases

Exercises combat fatigue

With more nutrient and oxygen flowing to the entire body, cell mitochondria can generate greater energy to combat fatigue, boost immunity etc.

Exercise boosts memory

The brain demands a lot of energy.

With just 5% of body weight, the brain nevertheless consumes a whopping 20% of the body's Oxygen supply!

Brain damage would occur if the brain is deprived of Oxygen for a few minutes

Better blood circulation and oxygen to the brain boosts memory and reduces the risks of brain impairment

Here is another way exercises help reduce the risks of poor health

Exercises relax you and help you sleep

A lot of us underrate the importance of sleep

But sleep is one of the keys to good health..
In fact, for good health, man should spend 1/3 of his life in bed

The human body operates on a 24 hour cycle of sleep and wakefulness known as the Circadian Rhythm.

This rhythm regulates almost ALL of human physiology
In fact, all of creation operates on one cycle or another

Circadian rhythm Regulates:

  • Hormone production
  • Immunity
  • Melatonin production
  • Stress relief
  • Even human gestation

And these are a few instances of how our physiology and well being depend on this Circadian Rhythm

Exercise boosts Immunity

Your immune system is your body's military department
It is what defends you against opportunistic diseases.

This is what we do not fall apart sooner

Your immune system monitors your body, looking for germs, viruses, bacteria-anything that is foreign or potentially harmful

Then it attacks the intruder, destroys it and eliminates it
When this immune system is NOT at its peak, you are more likely to be sickly

Exercises slow down the aging process

With exercises bringing more blood, oxygen, nutrients and immune factors to each cell of the body:

  • Your body's rate of aging slows down considerably.
  • Its ability to repair, and heal itself is greatly enhanced
  • The cells are able to replicate themselves with less errors in the copies..
  • That is, there is less chance of mutation
  • Mutation is one of the big factors in aging of the cells

There are so many other ways that exercises ward off serious diseases, but you get the idea.

Besides, I want your feedback on this topic

  • Unfortunately, even though we know the health advantages of exercises, a lot of us do not exercise
  • We are camped in front of our electronic devices till early morning hours
  • Something as simple as walking is too much work for a lot of us
  • We do not sleep
  • Lack of sleep leads to stress
  • Stress leads to a host of diseases

You do not have to kill yourself at the gym to exercise

Check out these simple but effective exercises to ward off serious diseases, age young and stay vigorous

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