Studies have shown that frequent walking affects the nervous system so much that you control and reduce anger and enmity.
When walking with other people, communication makes you feel more comfortable and exposure to outside air also helps you reduce depression.
2. Lose weight
This may seem very natural but is a huge “reward” for regular walkers. Although your measurements may not decrease, you will notice that the clothes appear wider, especially in the belly area.
Walking regularly improves body response to insulin, helping to reduce belly fat. Walking also affects the mobilization of fat and changes in body composition.
Walking accelerates metabolism, burns excess calories, prevents muscle loss, is especially important for older people.
3. Help your legs more beautiful
As you age older, the risk of varicose veins increases. Walking is a way to prevent these veins from developing.
The venous system consists of a circulatory part called a “second heart”, formed by muscles, tendons and valves located in the calves and feet. This system works to pump blood back to the heart and lungs. And walking helps strengthen, preserve leg muscles, increase healthy blood circulation.
If you have varicose veins, walking every day helps reduce swelling legs.
4. Helps digest well
Walking every morning helps you digest better, as it helps improve stomach activity. One of the first requirements for patients with gastric bypass surgery is walking, because this activity requires core muscles and abdominal muscles, encouraging the functioning of the digestive system.
5. More creative
When you feel stuck, it’s hard to figure out how to solve a problem, you should walk. According to one study, pedestrians have more creative thoughts than people who just sit still in a chair.