Exercise Related Health Tips

exercise,weight loss

A Body takes about six weeks to adjust to a new exercise routine. Change the way you exercise every six weeks to see continued improvement.


Have some meal 2 hrs before starting exercise (like apple, banana etc), particularly if you are training more than 1 hr. It helps in regulating sugar levels.

exercise,diabetes,healthy heart care

Regular exercise can improve your health and reduce the risk of developing several diseases like diabetes, and other cardiovascular disorders.

exercise,stress management,blood circulation

Walking briskly for about 30 mins will not only burn calories, but will increase your circulation and helping you to metabolize stress hormones more rapidly.


Standing on one leg for 8 to 10 seconds can improve concentration and balance your mind. Training your body balance, can improve your overall upper and lower body strength.

These exercise will challenge your balance system with activities that require the use of the brain, nervous system, muscles and bones.

exercise,weight loss

Aerobic exercise like jogging, swimming, cycling, running accelerates weight loss. Aerobic exercise combined with healthy eating will certainly help in weight reduction.


You must empty your bowels and bladder, clean your nostrils and throat of all mucus, consume a glass of lukewarm water and then begin the exercises after 15 minutes.

exercise,healthy heart care

Walking briskly 3 or more hours a week or exercising vigorously for 1.5 hours a week reduces the risk a nonfatal heart attack or death by 30-40 percent.


Climbing stairs adds strength to leg muscles along with a cardiovascular workout at the same time. This can be done at home, in your office, apartment building or on stair-climbing machines in the gym.


Exercise regularly. Check your blood sugar level before and after exercise.


Always carry a carbohydrate snack to eat if you feel weak at places like office, park, gym etc.

healthy heart care,exercise

Most patients with heart disease go on to live very normal, active lives and are able to incorporate exercise into their new heart-healthy lifestyle. Be sure and discuss exercise with your cardiologist.

eye protection,exercise

Roll your eyes up and down and then side to side. Now move your eyes in a circular motion. Repeat this exercise 5-10 times a day to relax your eyes.

eye protection,exercise

Palming is great to relax strained eyes, especially while reading or spending too much time in front of your desktop, laptop or television screen. The main goal of palming is to create a restful state for your eyes so they do not become tired.

high blood pressure,exercise,sitting job

People in desk-jobs have a habit of sitting at one place for long time. Such people have a higher chance of high blood-pressure.
Avoid sitting at one place constantly.

Take breaks every 20-30 minutes to stretch, walk around, drink water, use the rest-room etc.


Just like physical exercise, the brain needs mental-workout to remain active and in good shape.

Solving puzzles is a great way to exercise the brain.

stress management,healthy heart care,exercise

You can always take a short stroll to walk off your stress. Just a 10 to 15 minute walk can help calm your mind and body. Along with fighting stress, a daily walk can improve your memory, attention and energy level.
It also helps burn calories, fight obesity and reduce the risk of heart disease.

exercise,blood circulation

Stretch when you can. It improves blood-circulation and therefore the nutrient transport in muscles.

tips for summer,exercise

Just because it’s hot out doesn’t mean you have to stop exercising. You can get used to exercising in the heat and use common sense strategies such as switching to water sports, avoiding the sun when it’s strongest, and exercising in short bursts.