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Health benefits of running and jogging

Health benefits of running and jogging

 The health benefits of running :

We all know that running is good for us. It improves the way we feel and look. Our hearts get stronger and our minds get clearer with out ignoring that running is a great for weight control. However, its benefits go beyond the obvious. In fact, there is no system in the body that does not benefit from running. From the top of your head to the tips of your toes, running gives you a complete body workout and improves all aspects of your health! Here's how
Health benefits of running and jogging


  • Joints: Running with caution helps keep joints healthy. Strengthen the muscles around the joints and withstand pressure. This reduces the risk of -osteoporosis. 
  •  Muscles: Muscle strength increases with running, which reduces joint problems, lowers blood pressure and improves overall cohesion. Body shape changes can help with self-confidence, too.
  •  Pancreas: The pancreas makes insulin, which is responsible for normalizing blood sugar levels. Getting regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by up to 50 percent.
  •  Blood vessels: Healthy blood circulation needs normal blood pressure. New blood vessels grow as the muscles strengthen and this reduces pressure in the system. It lowers bad cholesterol levels and prevents atherosclerosis (narrowing of blood vessels). 
  • Skin : Conditions such as psoriasis and eczema often flare up with high levels of stress. The soothing effect of jogging can help improve complexion and boost self-confidence as well, which is often low in people with long-term skin conditions. if you have some time you can read the previous article that talk about health tips for skin and hair there is detailed information.
  • Intestine: You can halve your risk of bowel cancer by running regularly! Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) symptoms are also relieved, by relieving constipation and bloating. Stress levels are closely related to IBS as well, so running can really help. 
  • Bones: Regular running helps improve and maintain bone density or strength, which reduces the risk of osteoporosis.
  •  The brain: The feel-good chemicals and hormones in the brain are released when you run, helping to relieve stress and anxiety and treat depression. In addition, the risk of dementia and stroke decreases while maintaining healthy blood circulation in the brain. Concentration, memory and motivation sharpen and sleep improves too. 
  • Eyes: Regular running helps prevent eye diseases, such as glaucoma, as the internal pressure in the eye increases, which can lead to blindness. You can reduce your risk of developing it by up to 25 percent by running.
  •  Liver: Using running to maintain a healthy weight significantly reduces the risk of developing "fatty liver" - an increasingly common problem where fat builds up in liver cells. In most cases it is harmless, but it is associated with heart disease and stroke, and can sometimes become inflamed, leading to cirrhosis. 
  • Heart:  You can reduce your risk of heart disease by up to 35 percent by getting regular exercise. Low weight, blood pressure, and "bad" cholesterol levels lead to a healthy heart. you can read our previous article that talk about heart and brain health.
  • Lungs: Running improves the capacity of your lungs and strengthens the respiratory muscles - the muscles between the ribs and the muscles of the diaphragm. Your lungs also become more efficient  which is great news for asthma sufferers.
  •  Uterus Endometrial: cancer is the fourth most common type of cancer that affects women. By using running to maintain a healthy weight, you can reduce the risk by up to 50 percent