Studies reveal that 30 minutes of walking every day can reduce your risk of heart disease, cancer, joint aches and inflammations, asthma and even chronic back pain.
Walking every day for 20-30 minutes invigorates our heart. Brisk walking temporarily elevates your heart-rate, breathing, and blood pressure. A healthy heart has a direct impact on our blood pressure.
The simple exercise of walking can not only stop this deadly growth of obesity but can also reverse its adverse effects. Walking is a simple exercise that can be added to our more-than-usual busy lifestyle easily.
Walking is probably the easiest, simple, and pill-free way to delay aging and its side-effects.
Regular walking is also associated with lower cortisol levels (the stress hormone). Stress has debilitating effects on the immunity system, making your more susceptible to infections (sometimes even fatal ones). So, one more reason to start walking is to boost your disease-fighting capacity.