Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Body Exercises To Dispel Stress

Have you ever experienced aches and pains while working, or feel tired all of a sudden even before you start working?. Well, this is practically the effect of stress on your body. Most medical experts agree that stress can be a profound influence in the decline of your normal body functions – tight muscles, migraine, drowsiness, and so on. 

Most medical experts agree and research has proved that a healthy bout of physical exercise can improve your health despite the daily bout of stress due to career, personal or social problems. It is advisable that you should take some time off from work, or an early good night sleep and wake up early in the morning to engage in some physical exercise.

Physical exercise for stress management
Physical exercise can help to improve your body’s adaptability to stress. This involves routine movements that will improve your cardiovascular functions and at the same tome strengthen your heart. This in turn improves the circulation of blood and other bio-chemicals which your body requires to maintain a good health.
When oxygen are well supplied to the muscles, muscle integrity will improve which will also enhance endurance, stamina and flexibility. Engaging in physical exercise can also serve as an outlet for mental stress – release of depression, anxiety, anger, fear, and so on by focusing on your workout.

Exercise tips
To get the required result, you must follow certain physical regime of exercise. Simply jogging around the block or lifting some weight will not provide the overall effect as a complete workout. Here are some tips that will start you off in releasing stress through physical exercise:

1. Time. To avoid interruption during workouts, you must set out a particular time that is suitable for you. Early morning is the best time for an exercise since the fresh air will help your body get the clean oxygen that it needs to recover from those accumulated stress.

2. Warm-up exercise. It is very important to engage in light exercise to warm your body up and also stretching out the muscles before engaging in heavy workouts to avoid cramps and injuries during and after exercise workouts.
Start off with some minor stretching, beginning with your ankles, legs, hips, arms and neck. Make sure you do it slow and with set time intervals so your body won’t react negatively. The purpose of the warm-up is to let your body adapt to the work-out that will follow afterwards.

3. Required sports equipment. Purchase some health books that features exercise routines for different parts of your body. You can also purchase light weight dumbbells, exercise balls, exercise marts, and so on to improve your body’s performance.

4. Proper Diet. One of the most important facets of the physical exercise regime is your diet. Make sure you eat enough balanced diet so that you won’t easily get tired and weak from the physical exercise. However avoid those unwanted cholesterol and calories. Stay away from fast food goodies and junk food rather stick with healthy fruits and vegetables.

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