10 Things That Happen To Your Body If You Walk Every Day

I am a MORINING WALKER Primarily. I also do Afternoon walks and evening Walks and I agree with every thing here.

Dhananjay Parkhe

 

10 Things That Happen To Your Body If You Walk Every Day
*LIFE STORY
On Aug 8, 2018

You’ll be shocked to learn what happens to your body just from walking daily.

The real question is, do you have an extra 15 to 30 minutes free every day? Within a 24 hour period, anyone has a half an hour to spare. What should you do with that time? Walk of course. There are too many benefits and good things that come with that 30-minute walk. It is the cheapest and one of the most effective ways to do your whole body good.

Brain changes for the better
There has been a study done showing the effects of walking on the brain. According to this study, endorphins increase and stress levels become significantly lowered. Lower impact exercises like walking also aid in the overall brain health and even reduce the percentage of Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Enhanced vision

It may sound fishy, but apparently walking every day can benefit the eyes as well. Walking improves some eye pressure thus reducing glaucoma in some cases.

Keeping the heart strong

Walking is just as useful as running according to the American Heart Association. It can help in avoiding heart related issues like strokes or other heart related issues. It improves circulation, reduction in cholesterol and can stabilize blood pressure.

Larger lungs

Besides eliminating toxins in the body, walking improves the lungs by coaching them to have more oxygen flowing throughout the body. This can greatly impact lung function for the prevention in lung diseases.

Improving the pancreas

A study was done that showed people who only walked had better glucose levels than those who ran 6 times as much. This means that people can practically walk their way to preventing diabetes and walking is the better option over running.

Aiding in digestion

Balancing the gut for better gut health is vital to prevent colon cancers and other problems like flatulence and constipation. Walking can help normalize the colon by keeping the colon literally moving.

Leaner muscles

When a person loses fat in their body the muscles become more prominent and they become leaner. This can be achieved by taking 10,000 steps a day. Going uphill or adding an interval throughout the walk can increase muscle tones to different parts of the body as well. All of that can be marked as you working out at the gym for the day. Walking is much easier on the body so there is less soreness and no healing time which means more continuous walking.

Firm joints and bones
Feeling stiff and in pain can be hampered by walking 30 minutes everyday. Stronger joints, warding off injuries and even ruling out bone loss are great ways to keep your body healthy. The Arthritis Foundation recommends walking for a healthier and being comfortable in your own body.

Relieve back pain

Much higher impact sports or exercises can damage the back. However, lower impact exercises like walking can relieve back pain and aches by circulating the blood within the spinal area. This along with strengthening flexibility and posture can practically erase any back discomfort.

Balanced mind
Walking by yourself but with others can improve mood, lower stress or anxiety. It has even been known to reduce depression in people.

Pass this along to your friends to teach them the benefits of walking!

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7 Comments

  1. I am a habitual walker and have been, as far back as I can remember. These things you mention are still present in my physique.

    1. Excellent. I began seriously walking 4.5 years ago after Cardiac issues as part of medical, exercise and diet regime set by my doctors who felt Triple bypass is not feasible as bottom and left portion of heart is beyond repair. Gradually, I increased walk from 2.5 to 15 km now in 3 splits and it is working for me. My heart pumping rate is stable at 35% for this period which is an achievement and keeps me going. Thank you for kindly sharing. All the best. Regards. Jay

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