What Are the Benefits Of Running Every Day?

Running for as little as 5-10 minutes per day at a moderate speed (6.0 miles per hour) has been shown to provide a number of potential health advantages.

mortality from cardiovascular causes is less likely to occur lower risk of heart disease

reduced likelihood of cancer development reduced vulnerability to degenerative brain conditions including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's

These advantages may be gained with even a little run every day, but a team of Dutch researchers suggests jogging for 2.5 hours each week.

30 minutes five days a week, to reap the most health and lifespan benefits.

Running has been linked to better sleep and mood. One research followed a group of healthy teenagers as they ran for 30 minutes each morning at a moderate effort for three weeks.

 Runners scored higher than a control group of non-runners on tests measuring sleep, mood, and daytime focus.

Other forms of physical exercise, such as walking, cycling, swimming, and yoga, may provide similar advantages in only 30 minutes every day.

The danger of overuse damage rises if you run every day. Injuries from overuse occur when a person suddenly increases their level of physical activity without giving their body time to adapt.

 Mistakes in technique, including improper running form or muscular overload, are another common cause of these issues.

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