Just 15 Minutes a Day Can Save Your Life
According to the former US Surgeon General, C. Everett Koop, 60% of all Americans do not get sufficient exercise to strengthen their own immune system. Exercise helps release “feel-good” hormones like serotonin, beta-endorphin, and dopamine into your system. According to Tufts Health & Nutrition Letter, even a “sometimes workout” can reduce the risk of heart failure by 18%. And according to many other wellness sources, 15 minutes a day of some kind of exercise is a huge stress reliever and path to wellness.
So what does that look like? It could be 15 minutes of walking with a few quick sprints thrown in, 15 minutes of dancing, 15 minutes of yoga or tennis playing, 15 minutes of basketball. The key to exercise is to make it fun and having an exercise buddy will help. Even modest exercise like standing an extra 30 minutes a day can add three years to your life!
So find something that works for you and do it regularly. You;ll live longer, be healthier and have much less stress!
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