Nowadays the sedentary lifestyle is called “the second smoking.” It is implied that this little habit by insensible degrees breaks our health and, in significant amounts, even kills. Some recent studies revealed a direct connection between the sedentary lifestyle and emergence and development of such diseases as diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular and mental diseases.
Meanwhile, busy exercises can positively change the whole system of our body. We can see (or feel) the result of doing sport almost immediately, but to have a more profound and more long-term effect, a person must be engaged in a game always throughout the life.
Studies have revealed that such physical exercises as running, aerobics, running fitness, swimming, cycling – all that trains the heart muscle, – have an extraordinary effect on the human heart. The exercises performed permanently over an extended period, cause a marked increase in heart rate (beats per minute) and stroke volume (the amount of blood coming out of the heart per pound).
To increase the effect of exercises, you need to choose the type of activity that suits your purpose. No matter what training you do, the basic rule is “Don’t give up.” You can change the type of exercises depending on the purpose and mood, but the sport must always be present in your life. If the person stops, the entire health benefits from activities will ‘disappear’ in a few weeks.
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In aesthetic medicine works more than ten years. Made individual involved programs for correcting body weight and modeling the figure. She created her method of reducing and subsequent maintenance of body weight, as well as numerous plans for improving and enhance the quality of life. Under her leadership, more than a thousand people have already received positive results.
The author of works and publications on dietetics, cheese, and fitness. Participant in conferences on overweight and healthy lifestyle issues.
Her books help to form healthy eating habits and consolidate the results of health improvement.
It leads a healthy lifestyle, combining rawness, physical training, fitness, and yoga.