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Too much of a good thing?

A lot of us know about the different health practices and trends. Everyone knows exercise is good for you, but can too much be a bad thing……. YES!

Exercise is great.......but don't overdue it!

Exercise is great…….but don’t overdue it!

If you exercise too much and too hard you can end up damaging joints, tendons, ligament and your heart. Women that over exercise and lose too much weight can start to lose their periods and develop osteoporosis.

What is the right amount? Stay in touch with your body. If you notice you are consistently exhausted after working out and having trouble sleeping, eating or concentrating consider scaling back.

Do you agree too much exercise is a bad thing? Have you ever had bad outcomes from exercising a lot? Share your comments and stories here.

One thought on “Too much of a good thing?”

  1. Sneh Chakraburtty says:

    Physical Exercises are of three types – they include aerobics, gymnastics, and calisthenics: whatever the type, performance of such activities is to develop and maintain physical fitness for overall health. We all know exercise is good for you, but do we know how good?
    From boosting our mood to improving our life activities, exercise can lead to a happier, healthier you, says mayo clinic. Such fitness allows us to perform physical activities with strength and energy – it makes us feel as good, as can be made possible, and to help prevent future health problems: of balance, for strength and flexibility and endurance.
    Exercising Mind and Body through Yoga Exercises ensure a lifelong bringing together of body and mind fitness.
    Mind-body exercises ensure ‘Comprehensive Wellness.’ Hatha Yoga https://www.yogajournal.com; Tai chi and Qi Gong http://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise; Yogananda’s Energizing Exercises http://yogananda.com.au.
    They involve a conscious control of all muscular group movements, of the body.
    It is about conscious control over the life force. They harmonise the life force and undo any energy knots in the body. They help us identify with who we truly are – the soul.
    In working with will and energy in the exercises it helps us realise we are them – not the body. http://yogananda.com. It involves understanding the principles of equilibrium, and effects of gravity, as applied to the movements of the body while in motion, at rest and in sleep.

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