Thursday, December 8, 2016

Feeling tired? Physical activity can help



 Feeling tired? Physical activity can help Need an energy boost? Skip the second cup of coffee and get moving! Being physically active instead of sitting and resting may cut your risk of feeling tired nearly in half, research shows. And if you're short on time, don't worry — you don't necessarily need to hit the gym to reap the benefits of physical activity. Just moving your body more throughout the day gives you more energy and helps you feel focused and able to complete tasks more efficiently. Remember these tips when you find yourself sitting too much or tempted to skip a workout!


Most people can use an energy boost during the day. But instead of downing another cup of coffee, your best bet might be to get moving. Think there’s no way that moving more can do anything but leave you even more tired? Think again, researchers say. By being physically active instead of sitting and resting, you may cut your risk of feeling tired nearly in half. You may feel a bit fatigued after physical activity, but in a good way! Overall, regular exercise — or just moving your body — gives you more energy throughout the day, helps you feel focused and able to complete tasks more efficiently.
Another important benefit is that physical activity is a mood-booster. Exercise helps your body produce more endorphins, your brain’s feel-good chemicals. Although this function is often referred to as a runner’s high, other types of physical activity besides running can give you this feeling, too. Physical activity can also improve how well you sleep, yet another benefit that will give you more energy during the day.
Ready to feel more energized? Start with these tips.
  • Make it a daily habit to move more. If you’re not currently active, start gradually by taking a walk around the block.
  • If you already have an exercise routine, think of ways to make it a little more challenging. Simply taking a short jog or bike ride at a low or moderate intensity can affect how you feel and perform.
  • At work, set an alarm to remind yourself to stand up from your desk every hour and touch your toes, stretch your arms, legs and back. March in place for a minute. Make it a point to take short breaks when you can to go outside, or walk the stairwell up and down a few floors even if you have only a couple minutes. Small, consistent efforts like these will help you feel rejuvenated and focused.

Remember these tips when find yourself sitting too much throughout the day or tempted to skip a workout. Exercise doesn’t have to be all or nothing — just start moving more and you’ll instantly feel the benefits — physically and mentally!

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