With evidence mounting that a moderate amount of exercise can offer protection from memory loss and Alzheimer's disease, and three new reports in particular demonstrating that a number of activities may directly influence the health of brains in the elderly, the case for making exercise a central part of your daily routine — at any age — remains strong.
Did you know that high blood pressure and the lack of an exercise routine are closely related? That's because exercising on a regular basis helps to keep your heart healthy and strong so that it's able to pump blood throughout your entire system with ease. But you don't have to begin training for a marathon or become a regular feature at the gym to start reaping the many benefits that exercise can provide. In fact, just making slight modifications to your daily routine can have a tremendous influence on your blood pressure.
One of the great things about summer time is that the days are warmer, longer, and more conducive to getting into shape and leading a healthy life. But as can be the case when we take on a new exercise regimen, pushing your muscles beyond what they're accustomed to may lead to painful muscle cramps.