Heart Disease and Exercise (2)

Heart Disease and Exercise

Inactive lifestyle is one of the major risk factors to heart disease, and exercise is one way of avoiding heart disease. If there’s one muscle in the body that should never be ignored, that’s the heart. Exercise is important because the heart requires exercise to function efficiently and effectively. The heart being a muscle needs exercise so as not to become flaccid and weak. It needs to maintain its endurance, tone, and ability to circulate blood normally through the body.

A positive exercise activates chemical messengers in the body stimulating all of the body’s systems thus promoting healing and wellness systems of the body. It makes people feel better and invigorates something within them. Exercise is also important if a person suffers from a chronic illness such as diabetes accompanied by heart problems. If you want to avoid heart disease and exercise has been your one way of doing it, then you’re absolutely on the right track.

Even if you’ve already have a heart disease, exercise to be on your list could save your life. The medical journal circulation published a recent study that found heart attack survivors who increased their levels of activity, were more likely to be ninety percent alive seven years after the attack than inactive patients.

“Bad” cholesterol LDL in heart needs exercise to remove it. Exercising regularly removes LDL from your blood that causes arteriosclerosis, a hardening of the arteries. It helps protect your arteries and it doesn’t stop there, exercise also increases the levels of the “good” cholesterol HDL, the substance that helps clear your arteries.

People with heart disease and exercise regularly develops a stronger and larger heart muscle allowing it to move more blood with each beat, resulting to fewer beats through the day and heart rate drop, making your heart enjoy a well-deserved rest.

With heart disease may just be around the corner, making exercise as a permanent part of your life lowers your risk of this disease. Prevention of heart disease and exercise promotion in your life style is a goal that should be taken much more seriously.

What is the best exercise for your heart? You don’t have to be living at the gym to protect your heart, rather thirty minutes of quick walking every day can reduce the risk of heart attack same as more energetic exercises like jogging and cycling. The American Heart Association suggests thirty to sixty minutes walking or other forms of more active exercise daily or at least five days a week. The rewards of exercise are unlike the stock market, you get back everything you invest in it with some benefits almost immediate, plus you can start anytime and the best part is, it’s completely free.