When is Exercise Dangerous For You?

When is Exercise Dangerous For You?

             Exercise is beneficial to the body when done regularly in moderation. However, for some, it becomes an addiction in which case it is dangerous for the person and can result in adverse reactions in the body.

             People who engage in solitary exercise routine are the ones, who generally go overboard. For example, swimmers, joggers, skiers and weight lifters set highly ambitious targets and work out excessively to achieve them. A person who has jogged about one mile a day suddenly increases the target overnight to 10 miles and does not compromise even if the weather is bad!

             Some exercises require expert training to be performed in the right manner. Only then it is beneficial to the body. With the current media popularizing fitness and size zero concept, individuals often are mislead into doing certain exercises that may not be actually recommended for their body. In addition, in view of keeping fit, people push themselves too much beyond their threshold limits and do not supplement their diet with healthy foods to compensate their workouts.

             While some of them end up damaging their joints, many people have severe pain and nausea due to exhaustion. The weight loss is quite abnormal. In some cases, these individuals stop spending time with their near and dear and also miss out on important social occasions or even major appointments because of their preoccupation with rigid exercising schedule.

             

              Some exercises should not be performed daily. If you are exhausted or unwell or busy, there is no harm taking a day off time and again. Experts say that our body needs complete rest without any exercises at least for one day in a week. Strenuous activities produce lactic acid and other waste which is cleansed during this rest period.

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