The Positive Effect Exercise Has

When is the last time someone complimented you on how you look? When is the last time your significant other said, “Love, you really seem to be in a good mood today. Something about you, just seems to make you glow.”

Yes, we are talking about the same thing that will effect both things.

Exercise.

At this point most people will simply leave and say, “Not again! I can’t be bothered to exercise!” But have you ever considered the positive effect exercise can have on your life?

We are not just talking about how healthy it can be. It can contribute to other factors in your life that usually walk hand-in-hand with it. One specific issue that couples face is a loss of interest in their sex lives. This can seriously damage a relationship in the long run.  Several couples I have talked to about this problem, seem content to merely exist in each other’s space but hardly have time for the little things that matter and used to be something big in their lives before.

So exercise will in turn increase your stamina, and for men it will definitely increase their libido. Exercise will not only promote the good health, but if a couple feel comfortable with their own bodies and each other, a lot will improve in their general relationship.

Other positive effects exercise will have are:

  • Control Heart Disease
  • Prevent Stroke
  • Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

Understandable most people have jobs that demand a lot of their attention, but even if you exercise for half an hour to an hour a day, you will reap the benefits for years to come.

So what other positive effects does exercise have? For one, your general wellbeing and a calm mental state. People that lead stressful lives find that by exercising they are more likely to relax and see things from a clearer perspective afterwards.

This in turn leads to happiness, peace within yourself and your relaxed attitude will convey itself to your significant other and children, making them feel more relaxed in the long run.

So what are you waiting for? Go Exercise!