Top 10 health benefits of stretching
Stretching is very important for flexibility, range of motion and injury prevention. Stretching to your daily routine is a given, but it includes regular exercise that is as important as your daily life to health and physical function. It relaxes your muscles and increases blood flow and nutrients in your cartilage and muscle.
Here is Samir Becic, the top 10 health and fitness revolution and author of “ReSYNC Your Life” :
Encourage optimism – the buildup of stress causes your muscles to contract and make you nervous and uncomfortable. This tension can lead to negative effects on the mind and body. Stretching exercises have great pressure damage ability. Soon after waking up, you can help start thinking and body. Stretch and relax your nervous muscles, help your muscles relax and increase blood flow. It also encourages the release of endorphins, providing a sense of peace and euphoria. Even before you go straight to bed, it will give you a more comfortable sleep experience.
Strengthening postures – stretching helps ensure proper posture, stretching the body away from their desired position and maintaining tight, muscular muscles. Stretching lower back, chest and shoulder muscles can help keep the spine better aligned and improve overall posture by reducing pain and pain. As the pain lessens, anticipation or laziness decreases.
The most obvious and obvious advantage of flexibility – stretching is that it increases flexibility and range of motion. Effective flexibility training programs can improve your physical performance and help reduce your risk of injury. By improving the range of movement, your body needs less energy to make the same movement, and you will also have more flexible joint, thus reducing exercise period or the possibility of injury in daily activities.
Increases endurance – stretching releases your muscles and tendons, reduces muscle fatigue, and increases blood flow. The longer you exercise, the more energy you have, and it usually leads to fatigue. By stretching, you can increase your endurance by ensuring that oxygen effectively flows through your blood to slow muscle fatigue.
Reducing the risk of injury – this will help provide more muscle nutrition supplies to reduce muscle soreness and help speed recovery from muscle and joint damage.
Boost your energy levels – sometimes you can’t stay awake during a long, long day. If you feel this way, it may help to get rid of your seat and do some energetic activity that will help your mind and body become more alert. When we’re tired, muscles tighten, which makes us feel more drowsy, so stand up and do some stretching. It will help you quickly and effectively revitalize your energy levels.
Promotes blood circulation – increases blood flow to muscles. This not only helps reduce post-workout soreness and reduced recovery time, but also improves overall health. Better blood circulation can help promote cell growth and organ function. The heart rate also goes down because it doesn’t have to work hard and the blood pressure becomes more uniform.
Improve your performance – if your muscles have shrunk because they don’t stretch, they will be less effective during exercise. Stretching often relaxes all your muscles, making them more effective in sports.
Reduce pain – stretching before and after exercises gives your muscles time to relax. Increased blood flow can increase muscle nutrition and reduce muscle soreness after exercise.
Lowering your cholesterol – in combination with a healthy diet, and participating in extended stretches can help lower your cholesterol. This can prevent and even reverse the hardening of the vessels, helping to prevent heart disease.