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Cardiovascular Exercise: A way to Healthy Life
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The modern world has made life very much easier and effortless. We don’t even take minute pain to walk down the grocery store. Just a call and we are done. All the required goods are at our doorstep. We may say that it is the progress of science and technology, but is it really helping us in regards with our health? People are gaining huge cal underneath their skin, but still they do not get out of their couch. Researchers have suggested that proper diet, adequate sleep and regular exercise will protect you from all ailments.

People leave their mouth open, when we talk about exercise. It is bore, tiring and time consuming are the common excuses. But, there is no harm in carrying out cardiovascular exercise; cardiovascular exercises are commonly known as aerobic exercise or short exercise. These exercises actually involve large muscles of the body, thus making your lungs and heart strong. Regular practice of exercise keeps you away from troubles like controlling the level of blood pressure, obesity, and cholesterol.

The word’ aerobic’ itself depicts association with the requirement of oxygen. Cardiovascular exercises helps in providing ample amount of oxygen to all your muscles and organs of the body.

Once your organs get sufficient amount of oxygen then they function properly. These exercises are the best method to reduce some of your extra pounds. Continuous rhythmic movement maintains the pulse rate of the body. Always maintain the certain level of your workouts because the intensity of your exercise is very much essential. Never exaggerate your workouts. Keep monitoring your heart rate during workouts.

Once you’re done with workouts, check your heart rate and then bring down the level of palpitation. Always warm up before exercise and at the same time it is essential to cool down your body after exercise. Your heart beat can range between 50% and can maximize the level up to 85%. Carry out your exercise, three hours after your meals or you may workout empty stomach. The glucose level in your body should not be high during your exercise.

It is definitely not mandatory to visit gym for maintaining your health. You may opt something that is easier like jogging, brisk walking or simple push ups with sand bags, water bottles, etc. Cycling is also a better option. In the initial stages, you may start with lower times and gradually increase the time.

No one can remain fit till his last breath of life. Anyone for the matter gets unwell at some point of time. It might be some minor ailment or some serious disease. And then we run to doctors, but even they might end up giving prescription and some suggestion. I guess, those suggestions are much essential to gain healthy lifestyle. Our hectic lifestyle is major culprit for welcoming all these guest ailments. We need to pace down our life by implementing some simple solutions. Let me tell you, most of solutions are definitely not that difficult. It doesn’t need the hardcore efforts, assumed by us. Even though, we fail to implement them in our life.

By Donna Brown
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Biography: Donna Brown is a health researcher in health and fitness. She writes about nutritious food, dental care to fit healthy.

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