Physical activity lowers blood pressure and triglyceride levels.
Health Effects of Exercise:
Physical activity is crucialto general health. It helps people maintaina healthy weight and reduces stress levels; people who exercise regularlyare less likely to smoke cigarette or overeat.But more than that, exercise directly targetsprimary aspects of heart health: cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure.
Exercises That Lowers Risk Of Heart Disease:
The form of exercisemost often connected with decreasing heart diseaseis aerobic exercise. That’s exercise thatraises your heart rate,like jogging, swimming, jumping rope or bike riding. Aerobic exercise can decreasethe risk of heart disease by 20 to 60 percent,depending on the exertion level, duration and frequency.
How Much Time Is Needed For Exercise:
Just how much exercise you need in order to help your heartvaries. Overall, a good guideline is 30 minutes of aerobic exercise every day,although three days a weekwill also provide significant benefits. Research has shown that resistance exercise (like weight training)also improvesheart health, although somewhat less thanaerobic activity.
How to Start Exercising:
- First, think about what you’d liketo do and howfit you are.
- What sounds like fun?
- Do you want to exercise at home or at a gym?
Regular Exercise Can Help You:
- Loweryour blood pressure.
- Reduce LDL “bad”cholesterol.