4 signs you should be moving more
Lack of movement can affect us in different ways and can even cause some long term harm. Check out 4 signs that you should start moving more.
Modern world has made our lifestyle sedentary. But human beings used to be on the move constantly looking for food or growing it. How is the change impacting us?
#1 You are starting to forget things
Whether it’s your keys or if you took the laundry out of the way, if you’re feeling your memory lapse you might want to start moving. Exercise is great for your memory, not just your body!
#2 Your knees started hurting more
Although it might seem counter intuitive, joints can hurt because we don't use them enough. Low impact exercise is a great way to find relief from arthritis.
#3 You are craving sugar
Getting some physical exercise in is a great way of giving your brain feel good chemicals without resorting to sugar. Different neurotransmitters such as endorphins contribute to cravings being diminished and your mood improving. Win-win.
#4 Puffy eyes can signal a need for movement
Being sedentary is the main cause of water retention. Sitting in a horizontal position will block circulation and make your eyes puffy. Integrate some yoga into your routine to promote optimal blood flow.
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