4 Reasons To Go For A Jog
After a day of training, our body usually feels good because our endorphins – the substances produced by our brain that generate an effect of pleasure and well-being – flow, and you can feel calm and more confident.
The science behind some benefits of exercising:
- Sharper your focus:
- Exercise will help you improve your concentration as it moves the blood in your body by 20%, giving the brain oxygen and energy, which makes us concentrate more effectively in a period of approximately two or three hours. When we exercise, the brain produces proteins that it releases into the body.
- It will reduce your stress levels:
- Just when we are stressed for a long time, the brain breaks down as cortisol levels rise in the blood. When we do physical activity, cortisol levels increase, but after training, they drop to a lower level than before. When you train, you build a defense against stress, tolerate stress better, and physical activity teaches the body not to react so strongly to stress in a purely physiological way.
- Your memory improves:
- The hippocampus is our memory center that contracts with stress and depression, but grows with exercise.
- Exercise increases creativity:
- Have you felt more creative and creative an hour or two after training? Research shows that people become up to 60% more creative after being on the go, as blood flow to the brain increases the formation of new brain cells and blood vessels. This, added to the fact that a good cardiovascular training improves and optimizes the connection between the two halves of the brain, making the interaction a more efficient process.
Do you want to know the secret of keeping your brain in good shape? Walk briskly for 30 to 40 minutes at least three times a week.