There are many researches who have revealed that physical activity is one of the major cornerstones for good health. Our bodies were designed to move and be active, and I will do my best to help you make better choices with regard to what you do during the day, the activities you participate in, and how to exercise simply and effectively on your way toward better health.
The general populous pays way more attention to their diet than they do whether or not they exercise, so by applying this to your life, you will be ahead of most of the people you know regarding your state of health in a relatively short period of time.
When I was deciding on a series of articles intended to be both informative and practical, I realized that one of the missing factors in people being more healthy than they currently are is that they don’t know how to make proper choices in their lifestyle.
In fact, water is a key nutrient in many of the body functions such as: regulating body temperature, transporting nutrients, helping organs to function properly, promoting weightloss, eliminating waste, hydrating the skin, lubricates joints and regulating blood pressure.
High levels of stress kill sex drive and can lead to serious health issues such as – high blood pressure, poor immune function, impaired inflammatory response, decreased muscle function, hyperglycemia, more abdominal fat and an increased risk of both, heart attacks and strokes.