What Happens To Your Body When You Walk Everyday

What Happens To Your Body When You Walk Everyday

6 Things That Happen to Your Body If You Walk
Every Day Staying in shape can be difficult, but it’s
something that everyone should do to ensure their health. However, you don’t need to join a gym or
run five kilometers every day. Regular walks can be enough to improve your
health and keep you fit. The health benefits of walking regularly are
numerous. Before we begin this video, don’t forget
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you never miss our new videos! Aside from improving your mental and cardiovascular
health, as well as aiding in weight loss, walking regularly can just be a great way
to get some fresh air into your lungs and get some much-needed vitamin D from direct
sunlight. Even just getting out of your home and moving
around can be enough to improve your mood and well-being. These are six benefits of walking that you
may experience if you walk even just 30 minutes each day. You’ll start to experience improvements
in your physical and mental health in just a few weeks. Walking is recommended by the Mayo Clinic
as a low impact exercise, and it is bound to benefit you in many different ways. Now, keep watching for 6 amazing ways walking
every day can improve your health. 1. Improves mental health: One of the main benefits
of walking is that it can improve your mood. According to the Mayo Clinic, walking can
help improve symptoms of depression and anxiety. Exercise is a huge part of our mental health. It’s no coincidence that you find yourself
in a good mood after a workout! Exercise releases endorphins, which is the
body’s “feel good” hormones which improve mood. Exercising does wonders for both our mental
and our physical health, and can help reduce stress. It can also reduce depression and can improve
anxiety. If you find that you are stressed out all
the time or become anxious about things that you can’t control in life, try incorporating
exercise into your life. A short, brisk walk when you are feeling stressed
or anxious can do wonders for your mind. It will clear your head and reduce the stress
that you are feeling. Not only can a walk help reduce your stress
and make you happier, but it is also great for your physical health! When you start noticing that your body is
changing and you are getting into shape, you will feel much better about yourself. Your overall mental and physical well being
will have greatly improved – try it out! 2. Effectively aids in weight loss: Researchers
at Harvard Medical School found that walking regularly can reduce the effects of 32 obesity-promoting
genes in the human body. If you are trying to lose weight, try combining
an exercise regimen and good diet plan into your life. Eliminate fatty, greasy foods from your diet
and add in foods that are nutrient rich and good for your health. If you change your diet and start exercising
regularly, you will start to lose weight and feel much better about yourself. All it takes is a bit of a lifestyle change,
and, of course, consistency! A walk is a great way to burn extra calories
and keep yourself busy. If you are struggling with your weight or
are unsure of how to start an exercise plan, just start walking every day! Take time out of your day, whether it is before
or after work, or even on your lunch break, to go for a quick walk. You will feel better as you notice your mental
and physical health begins to improve. Of course, if you are a senior or have any
underlying health conditions or injuries, you should always speak to a doctor or medical
health professional first to see what the best workout routine is for you. Your doctor will be able to take your medical
history and any other factors into consideration to let you know what may or may not work for
you. These are some pretty great health benefits! Keep watching for some even more ways walking
can help improve your overall health! 3. Decreases the risk of certain cancers: Two
studies from the American Society for Clinical Oncology showed that walking three hours a
week can reduce the risk of dying from breast or bowel cancer by half. Doctors state that going for a brisk walk
can have a huge benefit on people’s health. They also suggest that people who walk for
at least 150 minutes in a span of one week tend to have lower mortality risk. In fact, a study of 140,00 people performed
by the American Cancer society states that participants who walk for less than 2 hours
per week have a lower death risk than those who are not active at all, while those who
exercise 1 to 2 times the recommended level of physical activity actually had a 20% lower
mortality risk! 4. Helps to boost your immune system: Walking
at least 30 minutes a day was shown to increase the level of cells in the body’s immune
system in a study done at Appalachian State University in North Carolina. It has been scientifically proven that exercise
can help decrease chances of health conditions like heart disease. It also makes your bones strong and healthy. In fact, physical activity like a daily walk
can help flush bacteria out of a person’s lungs and / or airways, which can help reduce
the risk of developing a cold, flu, or other illness. Exercise can also cause changes in antibodies
and white blood cells. The white blood cells in our bodies fight
disease. This means that improved white blood cell
function can help our bodies detect illnesses early on. Exercise also slows down the release of our
stress hormones, which may protect against illness. This is because stress can increase the chance
of developing an illness. And did you know that walking can also be
effective in preventing diabetes? The American Diabetes Association states that
“aerobic exercise helps your body use insulin better,” and this can include a daily brisk
walk after meals. Walking is a great, easy, and low cost form
of exercise for people who have type 2 diabetes. It can lower blood glucose levels, improve
the body’s ability to use insulin, reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke, raise
good cholesterol levels while lowering bad cholesterol levels, lower stress levels, strengthen
muscles and bones, and more! 5. Reduces cravings for sweets and the need for
“stress eating”: Studies from the University of Exeter found that walking for just 15 minutes
can help to curb cravings for sugary foods. It was also found to reduce cravings during
stressful situations. So if you are trying to lose weight but just
can’t seem to kick those cravings, go for a brisk walk. Not only will it take your mind off of your
hunger, but it will also help burn extra calories! You can also try drinking water any time you
get a craving. Water makes us feel full, so if you get a
craving and want to kick it, try gulping down a big glass of water to eliminate the urge
to indulge in sweets. 6. Helps with mobility into advanced age: A study
by the American Medical Association concluded that one of the greatest benefits of walking
is that it promoted better physical health in people aged 70 to 89. Those who got regular exercise in their younger
years dramatically decreased their chances of having any physical disability. Another great benefit of walking is that it
helps cardiovascular health. A study from the Harvard Medical School found
that walking roughly 20 minutes a day can reduce the risk of heart disease by 30%. If you want to improve your health or just
want to start becoming more physically active, try incorporating walking into your lifestyle. A quick, 30-60 minute walk outside a few times
a week is really all you need. If you are not physically active at all and
are incorporating exercise into your life for the first time, you should start off light. You can begin with short walks, and then gradually
turn them into longer ones. As your body begins to adapt to your new physical
lifestyle, you can then gradually increase how often you are exercising, and can even
incorporate running or lifting weights into your workout regimen. There are also many other different exercises
that you can add into your workout program in addition to walking. This includes going to the gym, bicycling,
light jogging, or playing any other type of sport. Exercise makes people feel better, healthier,
and more energetic. If you feel that you need to add more physical
activity to your life, trying going for walks everyday, or every few days. They don’t have to be long! Even 20 to 30 minute walks can add all sorts
of great health benefits to your life. And as you become more physically active,
you’ll start to feel better about yourself. As you start to feel better about yourself,
you’ll notice positive changes in every other aspect of your life. And, of course, we always recommend that you
speak to a doctor or medical health professional first before starting any new exercise or
workout program. Besides walking, what are some of your other
favorite physical activities? Tell us about your workout program in the
comments section below! Enjoyed this video? Hit the like button and subscribe to our channel
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85 thoughts on “What Happens To Your Body When You Walk Everyday

  1. Besides walking, what are some of your other favorite physical activities? Tell us about your workout program in the comments section below!

  2. I recently stopped smoking and because of that gained a lot of weight so I started walking after work. soon I felt that after going for a walk I had less cravings for cigarettes

  3. You came across only 6 health benefits??? Next time try walking barefoot . It has health benefits very much ahead of what you recommend. When you walk barefoot outdoors you get plugged in with Mother Earth, who has countless number of health benefits in offer. Don't cage your feet inside a miserable pair of footwear. Allow your feet to move freely. Do it continuesly for about 3 months and feel the difference. Your feet will grow beautifully. This is my personal experience. Your feet will love the company of soil of various nature.

  4. Great video, which is correct 20- 30-60 minutes for walking.? Is too confusing with so many different times


  6. I walk 5 TIMES A day…30 mins, eat a flexible vegetarian diet with chicken beast, sardines, salmond, organic eggs, ETC, lots and lots of water, 1 small weekly treat of choice, fruit, whole wheat pasta, bread, brown rice, sweet and red potatoes, garlic, red/green peppers, carrots, kale, and fresh pineapples, extra virgin olive oil, ……no white sugar pasta, rice, bread, sodas. Never drink, smoke , drugs. Also small weight training 2 times weekly. 63 years of age….no meds, illnesses, diseases so far. It's been 35 years.

  7. One of the best videos about this simple and easy exercise. I walk one hour everyday or at least 45 minutes and I can tell that, people who cannot do this simple things ( many say to me that, I’m going to die if I walk like you… I can’t breathe….time past….she looks so old…pimples…dark around eyes….health issues…ended up taking all sorts of medication….Well !!! It is your life….we would end up with the things we choose to live….mine, healthy life style, healthy diet, exercise, plus Intermittent Fasting 16-18 without food and feeling excellent.

  8. Thank You Very True 👍🌿❤️🙏🏼📖📖🌿🕊 1 hour fifty minutes almost daily love to walk 🕊

  9. Nice video..but nexr time plz avoid repeating same things over m over again .n delaying to show next point

  10. Walking is the best exercise,lot of great people also go for walking.Revelli Ashok Kumar Lawyer and Motivational Speaker

  11. Couldn't finish watching the video due to the highly annoying background music. Shame… seemed like a lot of good info was being presented, but I was getting a headache from the music choice.

  12. I walk about an hour or more six days a week and I have lost 25 pounds so far, I combined it with intermittent fasting. Never felt better 😆

  13. I use to walk up 330am do brisk walk n jogging really feel great. Now I feel old n feel like to sleep more due to walking up several time at night. Think should go back to my running routine again

  14. Improves mental health: 1:34

    2. Effectively aids in weight loss: 3:03

    3. Decreases the risk of certain cancers: 4:50

    4. Helps to boost your immune system: 5:50

    5. Reduces cravings for sweets and the need for “stress eating”: 7:42

    6. Helps with mobility into advanced age: 8:30

  15. Walking is a great way to reduce stress and get fit. With a simple diet, walking daily, in six months i got down from size 18 to size 8, i lost almost 30 kilos.

  16. I walk daily 60 mins + daily / 7 days a week & it feels definitely like a million bucks.
    I look forward to my morning walks each day

  17. Liked the video, but had trouble listening to the background music. The background noise is rather nerve wracking. After a long day of working I had to shut off the volume. Sorry.
    I do walk my dog each day vigorously, or, I should say, she walks me. Thanks for your videos.

  18. Walking have drastically improved my general well being. I spend little time in the gym.
    The key to physical fitness is definitely Walking regularly. I'm truly reaping the benefits.
    Thanks for this encouraging reminder.

  19. It is so true, walking and other exercise can improve your mental and physical health. I walk every day, listening to my music sometimes and I end up feeling really happy, so much so I want to laugh and run and smile. Like everyone else I have worries and they get to me but I sort of, walk them out, until soon I have forgotten them altogether. Go and walk, even if it is only for ten minutes. Soon you will feel the benefit. Most of all don't be put off by the weather, if it's going to rain wear the appropriate clothing, or, well anything that keeps you warm and dry. Smile, yes, smile at people when you feel it's ok to do so. Life is worth living so go live!

  20. Very good content but don’t like the background noise. And the girl on the treadmill with half of her bottom exposed is ridiculous

  21. Recently started walking and met other people walking. Haven't met anyone yet with their butt hanging out of their shorts. That's an incentive for me to keep at it!

  22. I started walking 3 weeks ago 3 times a day at work over 2 breaks and lunch and I get aproximit 50 min per day and average just over 2 miles per day and I am already feeling much better.

  23. Regular trotting/walking will soon make your clothes seem too big and loose. That is weight just falls off, especially around the stomach and thighs.

  24. Am 68 yrs. young & walk 4-6 miles every day & do a flight of 53 steps every day, 25 times up, 25 times down. I also walk my dog every day for at least 45 min. She’s in great shape too.

  25. I,m walking and aerobic three times a week..! I,m counting my steps 4,000 or little more. ( I do fast walking ) 45 minutes. Aerobic and floor works for one hour..! Doing aerobic helps me staying in good balances..!

  26. I used to be physically active till I started playing video games for 2 years. I look back now and I feel like I wasted time. I like walking and getting out but i need to tell myself to do so.

  27. In 16 weeks i have lost 4 stone 8 pounds seven days a week i go running on the treatmill for half a hour doing over 2 miles then i go swimming doing 20 length then walk 5.2 miles i feel so much better

  28. I can only watch part of this video due to the crappy music in the background if you're going to be playing crappy music in the background I will unsubscribe

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