top 10 reasons to move your body more

Hey readers,




It's January which means we know all about the frequent messages about improving your health. So, why do we need to move more, well let me tell you the benefits of increased activity in your life?

1. Move. 

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When you move more you feel so much better physically and mentally to help enhance your quality overall. Hopefully being in better physical health can also have a knock-on effect with general life and the way you respond to it.

2. Doctors. 

Keeping fit can actually reduce the risk of needing to go and see the doctor for help. It produces lowering the risk of developing health conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure.

3. Reminder. 

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 If you set your alarm every 20-30 minutes as a reminder to get up and move more can help your spine and allow it to get stressed by just moving around can be a big help towards your posture.

4. Calories. 

 Of course, when you are moving about it helps speed up your metabolism which then means you are burning more calories which is all good in keeping fit and well.

5. Circulation.  

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 When you are moving about it helps you with circulation by working your heart and getting vital nutrients and oxygen to the cells. This then helps the body be more efficient and getting the body to work quicker.

6. Warmth. 


When you are moving more it means you are naturally getting more heat to your body and this is really important during the colder months.

 Using exercise is a great technique if you are struggling with the cold even if it is just moving from one room to the other you are working your body and getting warm by working your muscles. Not only is moving good for circulation but also when you walk more, you sweat more which is a natural way for the body to get rid of nasty toxins from the body meaning a more healthy you.

7. Hormones. 

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When you are walking the body is producing the feel-good chemical endorphins that help improve your mood but also it is a natural pain reliever which apparently can help reduce the risk of tiny tears in muscles and tendons. Being more active has helped severe suffer from arthritis as overtime keeping active help with reducing stiffness in the body.

8. Metabolism.


Not only does exercise help with your metabolism it also helps with your immune system making it stronger and reducing the risks of getting a cold or any other gem related illnesses.

9. Sleep. 

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Exercise helps you get a better quality night sleep which will also work with again improving your immune system and metabolism making your body be even more efficient.

10.Energy. 

 Regularly excising can help improve your energy levels meaning you have the energy to do more stuff which will again it will make you feel better because you are getting stuff done and will enhance your mood.

Do you do exercise and does it help your health?  Love to hear your thoughts.

Cheers for reading X

10 comments

  1. Oh I couldn't agree more. In my 50s my joints are grumbling but I don't let that stop me, I just have to get some exercise in every day or I'm a nightmare to live with! #ABlogginggoodtime

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  2. I agree with you wholeheartedly. I'm a fairly active person but we could always be doing more to prevent illnesses and negative effects later on in life. A good reminder for me to do more x #StayClassyMama

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  3. 10 excellent reasons to get moving for sure - every single one viable. Thank you for reminding me not to put this on the back burner! #ablogginggoodtime

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  4. I run & swim 3 times a week and hate it if for some reason I can't - exercise keeps me sane! #blogginggoodtime

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    1. I know what you mean I do x3 workouts a week and 10,000 steps day and feel strange if I miss that X

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  5. I have just started using a pilates app and it is such hard work, hoping to feel the benefits soon Thanks for linking up with #stayclassymama

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