The importance of Nutrition, and Exercise
Many students today ask why they are so tired all the time. It also seems that people in college become stressed out either because of grades or because of work. All people need to do is get the right amount of sleep, eating well, and exercise in order to feel better about themselves and feel good in general. This is not a short process. Most experts say that it takes about twelve weeks in order to see results.
Nevertheless, it is guaranteed that after that duration of time one will see a vast improvement in oneself.
Sleep is something that most people take for granted. It is the one thing that people are willing to compromise even more then food or money. It is estimated that 40 to 60 million Americans are sleep deprived. Different people can get by with different amounts of sleep. Some can survive the next day with only a few hours.
Then there are others who cannot be called after 9:00 because they need those good solid 10 hours. The average person actually needs anywhere from between 7-9 hours a night. Why does one need sleep? When human bodies do not get enough sleep, they tend to lose strength, the immune system decreases, and there is an increase in blood pressure. As students, it can effect concentration, memory, logical reasoning, and ability to do math. When going to bed it should take about 15 to 20 minutes to fall asleep. If a half-hour has gone by and one still is not asleep, one should get up and do something relaxing such as take a warm bath or watch television.
Another key aspect is nutrition. Nutrition is the main thing that keeps the body working. Therefore, if one wants to keep the body working at a certain pace it needs to be fed. However, one needs to know the right foods. Think of the body as a car. People drive cars every day and some drive fast and some drive slow.
Nevertheless, all cars need gas eventually. Every car driver knows that the better quality of the gas the better the car drives and performs. Bodies are the same way. For that reason, there is the nutrition pyramid to tell us what our bodies need the most and the least of. It is important to incorporate refined carbohydrates, proteins, vegetables, and fruit to ones diet everyday to ensure that the body works. The body also needs some sugar and fat.
Today, people focus on non-fat foods. Sometimes these are not good for the body because in order to make something natural fat-free you have to put in chemicals to alter the original make up of the food. Chemicals are difficult for your body to digest therefore in a case, as this it is best to go natural. Another reason that one needs to eat some fat and sugar is because this is what the body burns when you exercise.
Exercise is what separates the boys from the men. In other words, this is the number one thing that must be done to maintain a healthy body.
First, one needs to know their body and what their body can endure. That depends on age, weight, and current level of fitness. The last factor determines how fast ones body burns fat. Second, be consistent in your routine. Next, understand that different programs work for different people. People tend to go by the fad when it comes to picking an exercise program.
Do some shopping around to see which exercise is not only fit for you but also is something that you will enjoy. Aerobic exercise is an example. Aerobic exercise is exercise, which essentially uses aerobic pathways to provide energy to the muscles involved. It is sometimes called a endurance exercise which means that the heart rate is raised to 70 to 85% of your age predicted Maximum Heart Rate (MHR), and held at that point for a uninterrupted 20 to 30 minutes. Another example is weight-bearing exercises. This includes picking up weights that are a portion of your body weight.
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