Stress at Work
Physical exercise has a positive effect on stress and also helps to calm the mind
Lack of Sleep
As little as 10 minutes of aerobic exercise, can dramatically improve the quality of your nighttime sleep
Exercise increases production of critical brain cells to make you sharper.
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If you can’t sleep and instead are prone to tossing and turning, exercising can help you sleep better. By strengthening circadian rhythms, exercising can help keep you more bright-eyed during the day and bring on sleep at night.
Your body spends energy in three ways: digesting food, exercising and maintaining body functions like your heartbeat and breathing. Regular exercise has been shown to increase your metabolic rate, which will burn more calories and you will have a perfect body shape.
Could the key to being more productive and happier at work lie in exercise? Yes. Employees who workout before work or during their lunch hour feel less stress, be happier and are more productive than others.
According to a research published in 2012, which studied more than 650,000 people, found that 150 minutes of moderate exercise (or about half hour five days a week) increases your life span by 3.4 years.