Tired of being tired? Sick of feeling under the weather? Can’t seem to shake the blues? Maybe your diet and lack of fitness are to blame.
Staying active comes with a host of health benefits from lowering your risk of heart disease to reducing the risk of dementia, type 2 diabetes, depression and post-partum depression, and so much more.
In addition to sleeping better at night (thanks to moving more during the day), regular fitness can also help fight brain fog and joint pain, while helping to elevate your mood. Even better? The effects of health and fitness offer immediate health benefits.
We’re talking instant gratification!
In fact, the immediate effects of physical activity can be seen in reduced anxiety and blood pressure, improved quality of sleep, and insulin sensitivity. Add in 60 minutes of physical activity in a week and you’ll start reducing the risk of many chronic illnesses too.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death for women in the United States, and according to the CDC, it killed more than 314,186 women in 2020. That’s 1 in every 5 women female deaths!
It’s a startling statistic since many cardiovascular diseases can be prevented through health and fitness.
Looking to make healthy changes in your life?
You don’t need fancy equipment or a gym membership. Even taking a brisk daily walk can help.
While the US federal guidelines recommend at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity per week, studies by the American Heart Association show increasing that number to 300 to 600 minutes a week provides even greater rewards and may lower the risk of death from cardiovascular disease substantially.
At The Happy Co., we offer a range of products with a host of benefits: mood enhancement, increased energy, stress reduction, enhanced sleep – all of which help to make you look, feel and perform like a younger person.
With a focus on health and fitness, you can start to feel better and enjoy more happiness!
Ready to experience all that life has to offer? We’re talking head-on, heart out, smiling, kind of happy?