This Is What Will Happen to your Body If you don't have Enough Exercise

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Exercising and getting the body to move from time to time may seem a challenge. But it shouldn't be because if we are eager to live longer, we should never slack off. 


We are not necessarily saying that you have to work it out hard to lose some extra pounds, but we encourage everyone to be well by some simple exercise routines. 


It is inevitable that for some time, you simply want to rest and take breaks from doing so. But little did you know how the body reacts if you suddenly stop exercising. Here we give you a list of such:


1. YOUR MENTAL WELL-BEING IS AFFECTED


Exercise imposes excellent advantage on the brain but if it is ignored to be done, then expect some negative effects it could do. A research study has shown that if a person tends to stop exercising, fewer brain cells will grow specifically in the area of the hippocampus (part of the brain responsible for memory), thus storing and keeping memories a little bit harder.


2. YOUR BLOOD IS AFFECTED


Blood carries and gives oxygen to the cells of the body to function properly. If you stop exercising, the oxygenation of blood in the body is decreased. 

Another significant effect in the blood when you stop exercising is the increase in blood sugar levels. The muscles use excess glucose/sugar in the blood in working. 

Therefore, if it doesn't work, the excess sugar stays in the blood posing a great risk of having diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.


3. YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE TENDS TO GET HIGH


Your body's blood pressure can go high if you stop exercising as compared to when it does. If you suddenly go on an intense cardio work out or exercise routine for a long period of stop, then you have a higher risk of getting a heart disease.


Some Benefits of Exercise 

  1. Increased ability of the heart to eject blood
  2. increased ability of the blood vessels to send blood to where blood is needed
  3. Increased number of capillaries (the vessels that deliver oxygen and ‘food’ to the muscles)
  4. increased size and the number of mitochondria (the “power plants” of the cells).

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