How Exercise Improves Your Quality of Life
Exercise not only helps you live longer—it helps you live better.
Wards off depression
There is a strong link between regular aerobic exercise and improved mood and stress relief and improvement in symptoms of depression.
Better Physical Well Being
Harvard Health Professionals found that men who exercised 30 minutes a day were 41% less likely than sedentary men to experience erectile dysfunction.
Aerobic activity in particular boosts blood flow to the brain, promotes good lung function, which in turn improves memory and cognition.
Exercise is the only known way for healthy adults to boost the amount of deep sleep which is essential for your body to renew and repair itself.
Protects mobility and vitality
Regular exercise at midlife helps preserve mobility and independence as we age.