Exercises women shouldn’t ignore

When it comes to looking and feeling great through the seasons of life, the closest thing a one-size-fits-all solution is exercise. Staying healthy is on everybody’s to-do list, but hitting the gym every day is such a task. When we think of healthcare, we often think of visiting doctors, getting lab test and immunizations. If we say you can be lazy and healthy at the same time; exercise is one of the best factors to control all the health problems and it’s highly effective at improving health. Many of the health issues that women face can be improved substantially with consistent exercise. Though exercise takes a fair amount of effort, time and self-discipline but it specifically benefits women, no matter what your age.

Walking

There’s nothing trendy about walking, but that’s also why it is so important to follow. It is free and it’s an exercise that’s accessible for almost everybody.  Walking is simple yet powerful; it can help you stay trim, keeps a check on cholesterol levels, strengthens bones, lifts your mood and keeps many diseases at bay. Studies prove that walking and other physical activities can even improve memory and resist age-related memory loss. Walking is a great way to maintain your overall health. Walking does not have to be vigorous, it requires minimal equipment and can be done at any time of the day. 

Swimming

Did you know that swimming is one of the best aerobic exercises? Swimming involves your activity for your different body parts like legs, arms, back, stomach etc. Thus it is a great aerobic workout for your entire body to provide amazing muscle strength. Swimming is an excellent way to workout your entire body and cardiovascular system. An hour of swimming burns almost as many calories as running, without all the impact on your bones and joints. A study shows that people with osteoarthritis reported significant reductions in joint pain and stiffness, and experienced less physical limitation after engaging in activities like swimming and cycling. It has the power to help you sleep better at night and is a powerful way to relieve stress quickly.

Squats

Squats are one such exercise which should be a part of everyone’s workout routine, regardless of age, gender or fitness goals. They are not just helpful for your legs but are beneficial for your whole body in a multitude of ways. It helps build strong leg muscles to support the entire body. At times when you feel ‘dead leg’, numbness, tingling or a feeling of coldness in your extremities, it is caused by poor circulation and practicing squats can help in the bodily movement. A few sets of squats every day will see your heart pounding, your blood pumping and those irritating sensations soon disappear. During our everyday life, we engage our core constantly, during lifting, twisting, reaching and bending. Squats are one of the best exercises for a strong core as we must engage the stomach muscles and lower back when performing them. Practicing squats means that you build muscle and improve flexibility, core strength, bone and joint health, mobility and balance, all of these lead to a more efficient body for real-world tasks.

Mediation

In a world full of daily stress, anxieties and expectation, the human mind can often come under a lot of pressure which affects our mood, making us pessimistic. Meditation can become one of your most consistent, supportive and important workout buddies. It has a profound, rich and calming effect on the human body and is said to wipe off stress from our minds and can advocate feelings of calmness and a sense of awareness. Meditation connects you to your body and you would definitely want to care for it. Regular practice can significantly help high blood pressure over the long term. It reduces both the experience of pain and helps people manage stress. When you are in a habit of meditation, it causes the pituitary gland in our brain to secrete endorphins that help elevate mood and have a positive effect on the whole body. Endorphins act as a means of reducing stress levels in the brain; meditating can help you stop worrying about the little things in life and concentrate on the exploration of yourself and promotes optimistic feelings in you.

Kegel Exercise

This exercise won’t help you look better, but they strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that support the bladder. Strong pelvic floor muscles can go a long way toward preventing incontinence. The pelvic floor muscle supports the womb, the bladder and the bowels. Always empty your bladder before doing kegel exercises. Try squeezing your pelvic floor muscles for 3 seconds, then release for 3 seconds. Do this 10 times in a row. They aren’t harmful and you can make them a part of your daily routine.

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