Many people get hardly any exercise now a day, never using stairs when an escalator or lift available, traveling everywhere by car or public transport. In fact, many more people watch sport than actually take part in. There is definitely good evidence that doing exercise will benefit our health. Many types of research studies have shown that men and women whose lives include some regular physical exercise feel better and less prone to develop a whole range of conditions, from heart disease to osteoporosis. It confirmed that regular exercise reduces the chances of dying of heart disease, healthier, look leaner and in better shape.
On the other hand, being physically inactive means that you find any kind of exertion a pain and you tire easily, regardless of your age and your muscles gradually become weaker and bones less dense. The longer who remain inactive, the worse this state of unfitness becomes. Regular exercise, however, can turn it around at any age. The benefits of exercise are the heart becomes stronger and works more efficiently, you feel better about yourself, you are less likely to be depressed and feel more positive and you can lose your weight if you combine exercise and healthy eating.
Furthermore, you are less likely to be off work and achieve more while you are there, women are likely to have healthier pregnancies, you are likely to drink less alcohol and cut down or stop smoking, you are likely to suffer from back pain, your levels of cholesterol and other blood fats will be healthier, you will feel positive benefits if you have a specific health problem, like lungs disease, diabetes, renal disease or have had an organ transplantation.