Hectic lifestyles, high levels of stress, and malnutrition have resulted in many dangerous diseases in an increasingly human age. The number of young people with obesity is increasing every day. Because of this, they have serious problems with their heart and high cholesterol. We all know that exercise is important for health and quality of life. Regardless, it's still rare that any of us exercise regularly.
Exercise has a positive effect on reducing stress because it eliminates excess energy and evokes negative emotions. In people who were diagnosed with depression, their symptoms almost completely disappeared from regular exercise, and they felt better and more vital.
When exercising, we guard against osteoporosis, headaches, back pain and obesity, which often occur due to lack of activity. Physical activity is especially important in the fight against cancerous cells. This increases its resistance and makes it easier for the body to withstand seasonal colds, influenza and harmful viruses.
Exercise successfully controls the ratio of cholesterol, fat and blood sugar, thereby reducing the risk of heart attack and diabetes. But when is it better to exercise, in the morning or in the evening?
The main advantage of morning exercise is the great increase in energy. During the day, he is crucial to getting things done better and managing stressful situations. People who exercise every morning are easier to wake up to and are in a better mood.
Morning exercises speed up metabolism and digestion, and calories are consumed more successfully throughout the day. Evening workouts are more convenient because the body has more power that it has accumulated during the day. You will be able to exercise longer and harder, and you will be relieved of the accumulated stress.
Exercise will lubricate your bones and joints so you won't wake up in the morning. It is a misconception that getting tired in the evening will make it easier for you to fall asleep. On the contrary, it warms up and raises our energy.
This is why exercises designed solely for relaxation are recommended in the evening. This includes Pilates exercises and proper breathing. It is by no means advisable to exercise immediately before going to sleep.
D.Š. Photo by Angela Hawkey / Shutterstock