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Importance Of Exercise For Children’s Growth And Development

Importance Of Exercise For Children's Growth And Development
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How is Exercise good for your health? What does exercise do to the body? The Benefits Of Exercise Are Far More Than Just Losing Weight Or Achieving That “Bikini Body.” Exercise Benefits Everything From Your Sleep Quality To Your Energy Level, And Even Your Memory. From Making You Happier To Helping You Live Longer, Regular Exercise Is Key To Living A Healthy, Balanced Life.

  • Boost happiness levels.
  • Learn to set — and achieve — goals.
  • Reduce your risk of heart disease naturally.
  • Sleep better.
  • Get an energy boost.
  • Increase strength and flexibility.
  • Improve memory.
  • Increase self-confidence.
Kids who are active will:
  • have stronger muscles and bones.
  • have a leaner body.
  • be less likely to become overweight.
  • decrease the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
  • lower blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels.
  • have a better outlook on life.

Physical Activities, Such As Walking, Swimming, Dancing And Jogging Not Only Improve Health. Rather They Speed Up Memory By Speeding Up The Brain’s Working System In The Elderly. Research Findings Have Shown That Changes In Memory And Brain Activity, Depending On Aging, Depend On The Physical Health Level Of Most People.

During The Research, It Was Found That Participants Who Had Exercised Compared To Those Who Had A Low Fitness Level, Found Their Cardiovascular Fitness Level Better. They Also Improved Their Memory And Brain Activity. Scott Hayes, Assistant Professor Of Boston-Based University Of America, Said That Physical Exercises, Regardless Of Age, Contribute Not Only To Physical Health Factors But Also To Improve Memory And Mental Functioning Of The Brain.

For This Research, 18 To 31 Year Old Healthy And 55 To 74 Year Olds Were Selected. During Participants Walked The Treadmill And Jogging, The Researchers Evaluated Their Cardiospheric Fitness. Participants Who Performed Well In The Testing Of Cardiopspiratory Fitness (Crf) Gave Better Results In Memory Related Work Than Other Participants. This Research Has Been Published In The ‘Cortex’ Magazine.

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Sanuj Srivastava

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