Response To Aerobic Exercise

Response To Aerobic Exercise
Response To Aerobic Exercise

Aerobic exercise involves the use of the same large muscle group such as legs or arms for a period of 15 to 20 minutes while maintaining an increased heart rate. While anaerobic exercise requires short bursts of energy requires aerobic exercise endurance for low intensity activities
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Physical
During aerobic activities you breathe faster bringing more oxygen to the blood. Your heart will beat faster when demand for oxygen-rich blood to the muscles increases. As more oxygen delivered to the muscles capillaries expand to remove carbon dioxide and lactic acid from muscles. Regular aerobic exercise controls body fat and according to the Mayo Clinic reduces the risk of viral diseases.
Mental
As you participate in aerobic exercise your body releases natural painkillers called endorphins. These hormones ease sore muscles and increase feelings of well being. Aerobic exercise has been shown to reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety while increasing sense of well-being.
Long-Term
Aerobic exercise keeps muscles in your body strong including the heart. This helps with mobility and mental acuteness. Health risks associated with chronic disease is reduced through regular aerobic exercise and people who remain active live longer than those who lead a sedentary lifestyle.