The Effects of The Lack of Physical Activity with The Passage of Time

When ask to do sport always see the benefits of your practice is going to bring. It is true that this is the best way to raise awareness and move forward with training. But just as important is to note the sedentary lifestyle effects on our body.

Continued exercising is the best way to get good health and slow aging. We all know this, but we almost never repair what holds us lack of sporting activity throughout our lives. A little physical activity is the cause of a rapid deterioration of body that will be translated into a worsening of health. It is important that we know some of the effects this can have on us.

With the passage of time, our muscles tend to lose tone and strength. A process that is more magnified in the case of sedentary people. The disuse of the muscles is that these lost qualities and little by little is atrophy affecting other parts of the body. Normally this deterioration is linked to a loss of strength in the bones, and it is that both processes go hand dies, since strong muscles keep bones protected and in perfect condition.

Normally the loss of muscle fibers throughout the years is inevitable, but certainly people who do not exercise have a greater loss with the disadvantages that this entails, and it is that to have fewer fibres the functioning of the metabolism is slower, reducing energy consumption at rest, something which will lead to an increase in progressive weight that is bound to worsen our health.

The same is true with the capillaries that irrigate the different parts of our body. With the passage of the years these reduce worsening blood flow and preventing proper oxygenation of all parts of the body. Cell death is higher due to lack of oxygen, so the body deterioration increases. Exercise improves blood circulation and the irrigation of all parts of the body, keeping a few capillaries strong and in perfect condition, ready to delay Cellular Aging.

Another effect of age on the body is the decrease of the enzymes that are responsible for the oxidative process of fats. With the sport we delay this loss of enzymes to improve the assimilation of fats and avoiding the accumulation of them in the body. Continued exercise will get the amount of muscle fibers greater than the accumulated grease.

It is important that we keep our muscles in perfect condition, as a aged muscle and without tone is weaker, is injured more easily, and the recovery of the same time is greater, worsening our overall health, and being the origin of numerous organic problems. This is why important exercise continued, as with it we will get to stay young for longer.

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