In order not to be at risk of various diseases.
It is necessary to pay attention not only to proper nutrition, but also to lead an active lifestyle, engaging in various sports. Depending on the age, each person is able to independently choose the most suitable type of exercise, it should be taken into account that heavy physical activities are unacceptable, because this leads to fatigue, and also reduces the protective functions of the body.
Moderate physical activity contributes to the development of the muscular and bone system, which is especially important nowadays, when many people are busy working at the computer, due to which the occurrence of diseases such as osteochondrosis, arthritis, which cause a lot of trouble and reduce efficiency.
Physical activity improves blood circulation, which prevents the appearance of blood clots. In addition, the work of the heart muscle is strengthened, and all organs receive the necessary amount of useful substances. An important factor is that even walking burns extra calories, which reduces the risk of obesity, which can also cause various diseases, most often hypertension and diabetes.
The Sedentary Way of Life Accelerates the Aging Process
As for the elderly, they should also avoid hypodynamia, because this leads to an acceleration of the aging process. A good option is a morning run, before which you must make an easy warm-up, and in the evening you should not give up walking, because such a habit enriches the blood with oxygen, which has a positive effect on both the physical and psychological state.
In addition, sleep is normalized, from violation of which often this category of people suffers.
Among the sports that are considered the most useful, is swimming, because the work of the muscular system and all organs is strengthened, not to mention hardening of the body and learning positive emotions. Biking, skiing, and participation in game sports improve overall health.