Changing your body is not as simple as it may sound. It involves determination and dedication. The most common way is through exercise. Exercise is the best method of transforming your body. When you exercise you not only feel fit but also change your body which brings about some benefits to your body too. Other people also opt for surgery when changing their body. As we change our body, there can be physical and emotional benefits of a face or body change surgery.
The following are some of the benefits of changing your body;
Low Risk of Heart and Circulatory diseases
When you are exercising your muscles, produce heat thus increasing the body temperature. You get a faster heart rate meaning your heart is pumping more blood to your muscles. Your muscles need oxygen, and you start to breathe faster to get enough oxygen from the lungs. All this activity in the heart and lungs makes them strong and immune to heart and circulatory diseases.
Improves Mental Health
When you’re active, your brain produces chemicals called endorphins. Endorphins can reduce feelings of pain and make you feel positive. Getting active cuts down on stress hormones thus reducing anxiety.
Slows Cognitive Decline
Physical exercise delays the onset of mental wear-and-tear in dementia especially among the elderly. Changing your body in early life helps to avoid mental illnesses that come with old age.
The hippocampus, i.e. the part of the brain that is mainly concerned with memory gets bigger and your concentration increases over time.
Lower Heart Resting Rate and Blood Pressure.
This helps cut your risk of heart and circulatory diseases.
Improves Mental Health
When you’re active, your brain produces chemicals called endorphins these reduce feelings of pain and make you feel more positive getting active cuts down on stress hormones reducing anxiety.
Improved Cholesterol Levels
High levels of cholesterol lead to the onset of coronary diseases in the future. Changing your body prevents this and lowers the levels.
Great for People with Diabetes
If you have type 2 diabetes, you have too much glucose in your blood probably because you don’t have enough insulin. Physical activity helps you use the insulin you do have. It also helps your cells use glucose even when there is no insulin.