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Transcript of HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
I don't have time is the grown-up version of my dog ate my homework.
A healthy lifestyle
Substitute indoor exercise.
A road to walk on has no cost.
Walk at a mall or join a club.
Exercise will build energy.
Exercise by yourself indoors.
Add up short periods; three 10-minute bouts is far better than none at all.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Vol XCIII, No. 311
What makes up fitness?
The surgeon general's report
Fitness is keeping the body health not just physically but also mentally. Keeping your body fully with nutrition and energy will come at a great advantage when accomplishing daily activities or emergency situations.
How can you accomplish being fit?
Regular sleep to rest and restore your body.
Healthy ways of handling stress.
Regular physical activity several times a week.
Don't you want to look better, feel better, and live longer?
This all should be motivation to start an active living or in other words including simple daily activities into your daily routine. In the end you'll have major health benefits.
As adults its hard to get back in shape due to our age and our physical endurance. However, in 1999, 13% of children aged 6 to 11 years and 14% of adolescents aged 12 to 19 years in the United States were overweight.
That has tripled over the last 2 decades due to fast food, more technology so kids are not being active.
Type 2 diabetes which was considered an adult disease is increasing to appear in children through out the years. This increase the risk of future health problem for kids when they become an adult.
If your child is overweight there is a few thing you can do to help your child without him or her feeling like the odd person out. Generally, make sure your child knows you love them whatever his or her weight is. Stay focused on his or her health and positive qualities.
Physically, the whole family should start eating healthier foods and cooking at home instead of going to eat. Also, always do activities outdoors and always be active. If your child sees you enjoying all these thing it is more likely for him or her to continue it now and for the rest of his or her life with their kids.
Everyone has heard "a walk a day keeps the doctor away." Well its very true. Most chronic disorders are preventable by have a healthy lifestyle. This includes a healthy diet, exercising, and no toxins like drugs or alcohol.
According to the American Heart Association, regular exercise:
Improves the blood circulation throughout the body making the heart and other organs including the muscles work better together.
Reduces the risk of heart disease by 20–25 percent.
Helps handle stress by releasing tension helping the body to relax and sleep.
Helps control weight, warding off the onset of obesity.
Boosts self-image and self-esteem. When people exercise they tend to take better care of themselves and eat healthier.