Tag: types of exercise

From The Editor

If it’s true that blood is life, then your heart is the supplier of life. By pumping nourishing blood through your complex network of blood vessels, your heart is responsible for delivering oxygen and vital nutrients to your brain, bones, and other tissues throughout your body. It stands to reason,

Arthritis Exercises to Promote Healing, Range of Motion

Arthritis Exercises to Promote Healing, Range of Motion

The pain, stiffness, and restricted movement that accompany arthritis may seem like a good reason to curl up in bed, but exercise is beneficial in mild-to-moderate arthritis. Arthritis exercise benefits include:

Healing. Exercise increases blood circulation and oxygenation within joint tissue, promoting repair.
Lower risk of complications. Exercise helps protect

Editor’s Note: Exercise is a “Must” for Every Woman

If you want to improve your overall health and reduce your risk of chronic disease, get moving and keep moving. Exercise is the only recommendation I make to every single patient, without exception.

Physical activity benefits cardiovascular health by reducing blood pressure and increasing HDL (“good”) cholesterol levels. Getting regular exercise

Exercising Your Workout Options

Regular physical activity is a crucial component of overall health as it is an independent risk factor in cardiovascular disease development. In other words exercising is beneficial regardless of weight loss effects. Activities using major muscle groups and engaging the cardiovascular system by increasing and sustaining an elevated heart rate

8. Arthritis and Exercise

The pain, stiffness, and restricted movement that accompany arthritis may seem like a good reason to curl up in bed,  but exercise is beneficial in mild-to-moderate arthritis. The benefits include:

Healing. Exercise increases blood circulation and oxygenation within joint tissue, promoting repair.
Lower risk of complications. Exercise helps protect against complications that

9. Coping with Chronic Health Conditions

If you are living with a chronic health condition, you may feel some of the information on diet and exercise presented in this book is not for you. The fact is, eating well and moving your body is good for nearly every condition, appropriately adapted, of course. This chapter will

2. Shape Up Your Body

No matter what your current fitness level, it’s never too late to start moving and become more physically active. If you’re already active, keep it up; if you’re not, start now. Research shows that there are significant health benefits even in progressing from no physical activity to a little activity.

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