10 benefits from regular exercise

We all know that exercise has a lot of benefits to your health. We heard from young that 30 minutes of exercise a day will go a long way in boosting your fitness level and physical conditions. But here are 10 other benefits that come along with exercise.

1) Better memory

Do you know that not only that exercise helps to build your body muscle, it also helps your brain muscle workout. Not only is your brain getting more energy and oxygen, but many studies have shown that exercise can boost your memory and help you learn better.

2) Boost confidence level
Daily exercise can help to improve your appearance and that will lend a hand in boosting your confidence level, but studies have shown there's more to it than that. Exercise can also help you feel more accomplished and social (if you work out at a gym or in the park along with a community). Even if you don't see immediate results in your body, that effort will make you feel better, which gives you better confidence level.

3) Improved body posture

Good posture is important, and one of the best ways to fix your posture is to exercise the muscles holding you back. Check out some of the most common posture problems people have, and which muscles you should work out to help fix them. Regularly exercising your abs, back, and other muscles can go a long way into fixing your posture, both sitting and standing.

4) Helps you to de-stress

We all have stress in our lives, whether it's the occasional rough day or a more serious, chronic problem. Studies have shown that exercise is a great way to combat stress with those endorphins natural stress-fighters, as well as chanelling your mind away from things stressing you out, to focus on the exercise Groove.

5) Better sleep

You may already know this from reading articles like mine, but to experience it is an entirely different story. This is very important if you have trouble falling asleep at night. With regular exercise, it can help you sleep better. The best time to work out is in the morning or the afternoon, rather than before bed—if you exercise too closely to bedtime, it can actually have the opposite effect.

6) Better sex life

Studies have shown that regular exercise can increase arousal and decrease men's risk for erectile dysfunciton, likely because exercise improves circulation.

7) Get sick less, takes less medical leave

Nobody likes getting sick, and exercise can help. People who exercised regularly were half as likely to get a cold than people who didn't—which is odds I'd gladly take.

8) You will be more energized

It may seem counter-intuitive—after all, working out can drain your energy quite a bit—but regular exercise can actually make you feel more energized throughout the day. Based on experience, if you overdo it, you might feel lethargic though. Consistency is the key here.

9) You’ll live longer

It's no secret that regular exercise creates a healthier you and healthy living will keep you alive longer, but you might be surprised at how much. One study found that exercise improves life expectancy as much as quitting smoking. So if you think sitting down or lying on the couch all day won’t do you any harm, think again. It really is true that sitting all day is killing you.

10) A happier you

Regular exercise and all its benefits put together will create a happier you. It's not just those "runner's high" endorphins—regular exercise can actually improve your life in oh-so-many ways. All you need to do is make it a habit.