The word running brings visions of highly trained athletes sprinting in competitions or enduring long distances to finally breast the tape but that’s not all running is. Running is a pleasurable activity that all of us can do easily at any time that is convenient for us. Running or jogging brings great benefits to people who do it, doesn’t cost a thing, and does not require any infrastructure. All you have to do is make up your mind, put on your running shoes, and get going.

Running and jogging use kilo-joules, takes effort from your heart, lungs, and muscles and are forms of “aerobic exercise.” The word aerobic means “with oxygen” and means any physical activity that combines oxygen with blood glucose or body fat and produces energy.

Multiple benefits of running –

1] Reduces Risk of Heart Disease – It decreases your risk of heart disease by 35-55% straightaway. It prevents the formation of blood clots in your arteries and blood vessels and also supports blood flow, lowers blood pressure, and cholesterol levels. Running strengthens the walls of your heart thereby increasing its overall efficiency.

2] Improves Brains Function – Running keeps your brain healthy even as you age, fighting against the disruptive effects of time. It improves your working memory, ability to focus, and task switching ability especially when you are adults. Running increases the levels of neurotransmitters in your brain like norepinephrine and serotonin which gives your brain the ability to generate new neurons keeping it young and more efficient.

3] Boosts Metabolism – Running stimulates your body metabolism positively, helps you burn more calories rapidly, and may even suppress your appetite temporarily post your workout session. So you can eat the healthy foods you like but still keep your body is fit at all times.

4] Improves Lung Function – Running regularly improves the conditioning of the diaphragm and your intercostal muscles, which lie between your ribs, better enabling you to inhale and exhale. Strengthening your diaphragm can increase your endurance capabilities and lower fatigue. Taking deeper breaths use more air sacs in your lungs allowing you to take in more oxygen to feed your muscles.

5] Strengthens Immune Systems – It boosts the number of white blood cells [WBCs] and antibodies increasing your immunity and fighting diseases. It also increases your body temperature to fight off infection and prevent bacteria from multiplying.

6] Strengthens Joints & Bones– It makes your bones, muscles, and cartilages stronger. The cartilage cushions your joints while muscles support joints making them less vulnerable to injuries.

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You Better Run!

Running brings all these benefits and is a fun activity to do even as you breathe in more hungrily and improve your health. So welcome the sunshine and run every day. A little running every day will take you far!

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