Monday, May 27

How to Work Out When You Have a Chronic Illness

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The benefits of exercising

  • Exercising reduces stiffness in the joints. As Dr. DeCesaris explained, exercise will help your lymphatic flow and circulation. This is mostly thanks to an increase in synovial fluid, which lubricates the joints and is naturally brought on by exercise. She also added that strength training can help promote proper joint mobility but also decrease joint pain.
  • Exercising has a positive impact on health risks. Those who currently have heart disease markers, such as high cholesterol and high blood pressure, might notice a reduced risk of serious events, such as heart attacks and stroke, after performing moderate-intensity exercises.
  • Exercising improves your mood. If you’re currently dealing with mood disorders, this is definitely one of the reasons why you should start exercising. Regular exercise has been known to improve not only mental outlook but also alleviate various symptoms such as depression, pain, insomnia, and anxiety.
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