You can get rid of obesity with these recommendations

In order to create a healthy lifestyle or not to be exposed to diseases that may cause serious health problems, we should aim to recreate our lifestyle habits and place it on a healthy basis. Endochronology and Metabolic Diseases. Dr. Haluk Sargın points out that a healthy life can be possible by applying healthy nutrition and personalized exercise programs.

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Among the high-paced city life, intensive work and transportation problems brought about by our age, exercise is often neglected, delayed and removed from our lives on the basis of time.

Yet obesity is not fate:
Only by applying diet programs, sometimes exaggerated diet practices, the person suffocates himself, enters into a vicious cycle, repetitive weight gain and loss of obesity and surrender to obesity.

Change your lifestyle:
-If you do not have an obstacle for sports-specific sports, training programs to organize your life.
-Do not miss the exercise and proper diet program.
-The most appropriate form of exercise for individuals who do not have the time and ability to perform specific sports is walking. Walking is not only a simple sport but also a very effective exercise option when it is done in a cost-free system.

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Now it's time to walk…
In recent years, studies and researches have identified serious preventive and risk-reducing roles for metabolic diseases such as decreased risk of premature death, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity, and increased blood fats. Walking is a sport suitable for all ages that does not require heavy movements without forcing the human body.

What should be the best walking technique?
  •  Move slowly.
  • Breathe constantly during stretching movements.
  • Do not force yourself to stretch more than your body allows.
  • Before you start your 30-minute walk, you need to pay attention to avoid injuries and to ensure  hat  your exercise achieves its full purpose:
  • While walking, your toes should look forward.
  •  Your heel should touch the ground at each step and then continue to move forward with your     body 
  • Move your arms in a natural way.
  • Your shoulders should be slightly backward and keep your chin upright. Try not to look down.
  • Before walking, people with health problems, elderly people should undergo a health check by doctors.
  • Remember: For people over the age of 6-40, doctor control is important even if there is no health problem.
  • Remember that if you have diabetes, hypertension problems, you should be under the supervision of a doctor…
  • Be careful not to get dehydrated before and after hiking.
  • Never do heavy and fast paced walks after a heavy meal.
  • Avoid walking with thin-soled, non-orthopedic, loafers or heels that are unsuitable for sports.
  •  Avoid walking in very hot and extreme cold weather.
  • If there is any problem during walking, the walking should not persist. Never try to lose weight by wearing airtight clothing such as nylon while walking.
  • Especially pregnant women should walk in the recommended time and manner should not overdo.
  • Walking does not stop counting the benefits to our body!
  • Strengthens muscles:
  • Strengthens the heart muscle as well as the body muscles, makes it work more effectively.
  • In each contraction of the heart increases the amount of blood pumped by the heart, heart rate at rest reduces the pulse rate.
  • Regulates blood pressure.
Strengthens muscles:
Strengthens the heart muscle as well as the body muscles, makes it work more effectively.
-In each contraction of the heart increases the amount of blood pumped by the heart, heart rate at rest   reduces the pulse rate.

Reduces the risk of cerebrovascular and cardiovascular diseases:
Improves circulation by increasing walking, blood flow and quantity. It increases the nutrition of the heart muscle in the lateral vessels except the main vessels. Thus, it minimizes the damage caused by the blockages in the main vessels.
- Reduces joint stiffness due to inactivity and calcification.
- Increases durability.
Eliminates waist and neck pain by increasing the flexibility of joints and muscles.
- Helps to stop posture disorders.
- Has a positive effect on coordination.
-Increases the strengthening and hardening of bones. It has a role in preventing or reducing bone resorption (especially in patients with osteoporosis).
- Strengthens leg, hip and trunk muscles.

Moral source: 
-Increases self-confidence and optimism.
- Reduces the risk of obesity.

 Supports creativity: 
-Increases the supply of oxygen to the brain and increases the potential for creative thinking.

Simplifies digestion:
 -Constipation, has the effect of reducing reflux.
-It prevents fatigue.
 
Reduces sleepiness:
 -Improves sleep quality, provides relaxation.
- Stimulates metabolism during and after exercise, ensures burning of fat.
- Increases respiratory capacity.
- Lowers blood fats (cholesterol-triglycerides).
- Increases the balance of good and malignant cholesterol in the direction of good cholesterol.

Delays aging process: 
-Provides youthful and vigorous appearance.

Moral store:
- Increases endorphin, serotonin and dopamine levels in the brain. In a person this manifests itself as     a state of well-being and a state of high morale.
-Depression is an important factor in alleviation and relief.
- Helps to get away from stress.
- Reduces the risk of cancer, such as colon, prostate, breast cancer.

 Appetite control:
- Enables control of appetite (eating) (breaks insulin resistance).
- Increases sexual strength.
-Provides personal control against addictive substances such as alcohol, caffeine and nicotine.
- Our diet and regimen formulas have a positive effect on reaching the target and experiencing effective weight loss.
- The relationship between walking and burning calories is closely related to the walking distance and walking pace: An average 5 km of brisk walk burns 400-500 calories per hour. This is applied every day 2-3 months to provide weight loss.

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