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A Simple Way to Overall Better Health

Studies show that walking has a lot of benefits, including enhanced mindfulness and even better communication skills. Let’s explore a few of these benefits:

Improves Longevity

A lot of people nowadays are at risk of having heart diseases, diabetes, and cancer. However, this simple form of movement can help you avoid them by losing weight, lowering your blood pressure, and cholesterol. In fact, a 30-minute walk can help burns 200 calories, which leads to losing weight.

Improves Memory

Walking is also a very powerful tool to improve memory and cognitive capabilities. Research from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville indicated that walking reduces the risk for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease in elderly men between the ages of 71 and 93.

Improves Mindfulness

Walking can also help you be in a better mood, decrease anxiety, and lower stress. Why? Because walking releases natural pain­killing endorphins to the body. It can even help with insomnia. Meaning you will be a lot happier and well-rested, just by walking a few minutes every day,

We are absolutely sold on the hidden benefits walking has, what about you?

Walking is a safe and powerful activity that can help you feel better and stay healthy, so go out there and walk!

Photo credits: Photo by Juliane Liebermann on Unsplash Photo by Fernando Brasil on Unsplash

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