May 4, 2013

Morning Walk and Healthy Heart

The benefits of walking in the early morning are practically endless. Not only do you enjoy the beauty of the earth around you, but also you can get better healthy heart and mind on account of practicing. Morning walks allow you to relax and meditate while trimming body fat and accumulating an abundance of health benefits.

Benefits of Morning Walk
There are literally a ton of benefits associated with a morning walk. First and foremost, a morning walk can help your mind to relax as you meditate on the beauty of the world around you. Walking makes stress to release from the body, gives you a peaceful feeling that will help you manage stresses throughout the day. For those with spiritual connections, these are enhanced during a walk as you become on with nature early in the morning when the air is fresh and the flowers are blooming with dew upon their petals.

    Besides, a morning walk greatly enhances your overall health. As walking reduces blood pressure and improves circulation of the blood stream, the heart becomes increasingly healthy and strong while reducing the risk of stroke and heart attack. Walking early in the morning has also been shown to promote joint and bone health, reduce cholesterol levels, strengthen the immune system, which delays and prevents diseases and illnesses from the common cold to severe illnesses, and help one to control their weight.

    Alongside all of these sensational health benefits, walking has a major impact on other aspects of your life. Walking during morning hours gives you an energy boost to see you through the rest of the day while also allowing for a better night’s sleep. Walking has shown to relieve stress and worry in individuals who performed this activity on a regular basis, and also gave them a feeling of calmness and happiness.

Tips for Best Morning Walk
To improve your morning walk, try adding some of these helpful tips to your routine:
  • Pace: Try to stay at a moderate, steady pace that increases the heart rate. Remember not to walk too slowly and don’t overdo it, either.
  • Velocity: You can increase and decrease your speed throughout the walk to increase intensity. Doing so promotes fat loss in the abdominal region.
  • Walking with music: Music is a great addition to any walk for several reasons. It will keep your mind occupied and entertained while you look at the world around you, and may pump you up to finish the walk or help to relax you, depending on the type of music you choose.
  • Flexible clothing and soft shoes: To make sure you are completely comfortable throughout your walk, you will want to invest in a pair of soft walking shoes that comfort your feet. Always select clothing items that are flexible so you may easily walk without feeling strained or uncomfortable.

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  1. Expert2:51 PM

    Regular walking may reduce the risk of a heart attack by half. It can help to lower the risk of coronary heart diseases as there is a link between vigorous physical exercise and a low incidence of heart failure.

  2. waking up early you actually are tired at night.
    so sound sleep
    Ability to Fall Right to Sleep at Night

  3. Tanushree2:58 PM

    it has Ability to Stimulate Your Senses

  4. Sameer3:02 PM

    Very good information to maintain a good health on a right track.

  5. Suhas3:03 PM

    Nice and interesting Post!!! These types of tips really helpful to maintain the body parts works properly, especially if the elderly person follow these tips. Really informative and thanks for sharing

  6. Health Expert3:05 PM

    Morning walk helps to treat hypertension. It prevents the fat deposition in the walls of blood vessels and thus maintains the blood pressure of the body

  7. Yashodha3:06 PM

    Its helps to reduce the risk of cancer

  8. Anjali3:08 PM

    Walk promotes the production of hormones which reduces the levels of stress.

  9. Arjun3:11 PM

    Morning walk supplies fresh oxygen and blood to each and every cell of the body which is required for the transport of every nutrient in the body.


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