Benefits of exercise as we get older
As we get older, I think we can all agree we start to feel less energetic and a little more run-down than we used to feel. One of the best ways to help this is to get yourself out and about and start exercising. You don't need to spend hours in the gym, keeping your workouts short and sweet will benefit you.
Exercise improves the quality of sleep. Sleep is a vital part of overall fitness and when you are exercising regularly you will be able to fall into a deeper sleep and wake up feeling more refreshed.
Exercise also helps to boost your mood, confidence and It's also been proven to help with stress. Being active and feeling strong will naturally help you feel more confident.
Physical exercise reduces the impact of illness and diseases. Exercise can help the immune and digestive systems. It also helps decrease blood pressure and increases bone density. Lowering your risk of chronic diseases such as osteoporosis, diabetes and Alzheimers.
Keeps You Moving
By sticking to a regular exercise regime, you will notice significant improvements in your mobility, flexibility and balance. Exercise helps to improve your strength, flexibility and posture. All of which will help with your balance.