Posts Tagged ‘Heart’
Why?Laughing and giggling keeps your heart stronger. It helps lower your blood sugar levels and even enhances your friendships. Researchers studying the health benefits of laughter agree: unlike stress and worry, laughing doesn’t hurt us, physically or emotionally—and it may very well cure what ails us.
It does not take a long period for our systems to respond to something funny. In fact less than half a second is all the time our brains need to see or hear a joke. Now tell your body that it’s time to smile or laugh. Laughter truly is as spontaneous as we’ve always believed it to be.
Now, I got to go! It’s time to open some pranks on you tube!
Having a hard time gasping for breath after climbing a set of stairs ? Not being able to walk a block away from your work? No energy to lift medium weight grocery bags to your car? Well you might as well think of losing weight , have a regular exercise or check your heart’s health.
Being an exercise buff and an avid reader gives me a lot of knowledge about proper exercise habits, commitment to do it at the right time and at the right place. Spending two hours on the road for my mountain biking is not that quite easy . I almost fainted during my first trek to the mountain. I just got to a hundred meters from the starting point and I noticed that I couldn’t breath and was grasping for air . The world seemed to go around and I stopped facing a wide area towards where the air is blowing, so I can recuperate . My head is telling me that I could do it but my body could not.
After that not- so- good experience in biking, I read and read books and magazines about the proper way to engage in mountain biking exercise.And I also found out that one way to know that you have a healthy heart is the time it could recuperate and beat normally after a strenuous exercise. Medical experts say that a healthy heart beats normally one to two minutes after engaging an exercise. So what’s your score? Are you grasping your breath or you remain calm after climbing those few steps?
Check your heart and take care good care of it. It’s the only one you’ve got.