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In What Ways Exercise Is Beneficial At Various Stages of Life?

Regular exercise lays the foundation of a healthy body and mind. Regular exercise makes an individual fit, increases body stamina, increases flexibility, and also helps in preventing various diseases.

Regular exercise plays an essential role in the growth and development of our overall personality. It plays a different role at different stages of life. Some of the benefits of exercise with respect to the life stages are discussed in this article.

Benefits for Children:

1. Helps to Build Strong Bone

Workout results in muscle growth and makes them stronger. While exercising muscles continuously keep pushing and tugging against bones.

2. Improves Self Esteem

Regular workout boosts the kid’s confidence. Regular exercise keeps children fit and active. It also increases their stamina.

3. Helps to Get Better Sleep

Quality sleep is essential for our body and brain. Children doing regular exercise enjoy better and longer sleep.

Benefits for adults:

1.Reduces the Risk of Cancer

Cancer is a dreadful disease which has become quite common nowadays. Many studies have proved, regular exercise reduces the risk of various types of cancers.

2. Have a Lower Blood Cholesterol Level

Regular exercise has been found very effective in lowering blood cholesterol level. Generally, obesity and high cholesterol level go hand in hand.

3.Prevent heart diseases and stroke

Regular exercise increases the level of good cholesterol in the body, strengthens heart muscles, and also increases blood flow to the heart.

Benefits for Elderly People:

1.Enhance Flexibility

With growing, the risk of falls also increases. In old age, recovery takes a lot of time.

2. Boosts Mood and Self-confidence

Exercise is known as one of the best ways of relieving stress and anxiety. Exercise brings calmness.

3. Boost the Immune System

Exercise keeps our body active. The energized and active body would be a better position to fight against germs and bacteria which are harmful to our body.

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