What are the benefits of running?
First, improve physical health and extend life expectancy.
For women, reducing the incidence of breast cancer and other cancers has a lot to do with the number and intensity of participation in sports. Regular participation in exercise includes running exercises, especially for women who exercise more than 4 hours a week, than those who are perennial. The incidence of women who are sedentary in their homes and homes is 37% lower.
Second, running can keep the bones healthy.
Modern medicine has confirmed that the bone density of the human body will decrease by 0.75%-1% every year after the age of 30. The health of the bone needs external pressure. The exercise using the self-load is an effective way to strengthen the bone.
Third, running can also overcome heart disease.
Running in four primary prevention and treatment of heart disease, one run can drop blood pressure , elevated blood pressure and reduce the potential threat of the heart; second is to reduce the risk of diabetes; three can improve the body of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol; Fourth, running can help the body consume too much calories and help to lose excess fat. In general, active women are 54% less likely to have heart disease than women who lack exercise .
Fourth, running for women, can also alleviate premenstrual syndrome.
Women who continue to exercise for three months of aerobic exercise can effectively alleviate premenstrual syndrome, and those women who are highly motivated are rarely affected by premenstrual syndrome and dysmenorrhea. These distresses are diminished, making it easier for women to gain physical and mental relaxation and pleasure.