Six amazing benefits from running you should know (Part 2)

The survey was conducted on two groups of regular runners and inactive groups. As a result, those who run regularly have 50 times less chance of developing serious heart complications than those who do not exercise.

The reason is that jogging helps the heart muscle, ability to contract and pump blood to the organs better, while helping to develop blood vessels (capillaries) to help bring oxygen to the cells better.

Enhancing the secretory function

Jogging as well as other exercise, helps the body to sweat regularly and cool better, thereby increasing the elimination of sebum and bringing toxins out of the body.

Improve the brain

According to Boldsky, morning jogging has many benefits. In addition to keeping your body toned, running helps your brain function better. New cells are produced in the brain called neurons that support memory enhancement.

According to Harvard University’s Health page, many studies show that the parts of the brain that control thinking and memory (prefrontal cortex and medial temporal cortex) have a higher volume of exercise compared to those who do not exercise.

Preventing the risk of disease

According to physical experts, jogging is a sport suitable to the health and stature of Vietnamese people. If done regularly, properly help the body healthier, increase resistance, contribute to disease prevention. At a speed of 8 km per hour, a 70 kg person will burn 600 kcal per hour. Those who regularly run will keep the satisfied people, reducing the risk of obesity.

Many doctors recommend jogging with people who are in the early stages of diabetes, high blood pressure and osteoporosis, and it has been shown to help reduce the risk of a heart attack.

Jogging helps you to strengthen your spirit

According to the latest publication of American scientists in the famous health magazine, jogging every day will improve mental health because the body will release substances that help regulate emotions and cause mania powder for the brain.

According to HealthMeUp, regular exercise increases the energy hormone endorphins – the body’s natural painkillers, helping to relax, excited and happier.