Everyone can agree that sunny weather, especially if you have spent more time outdoors, improves your mood and you have more energy. Fresh air provides a number of benefits, but right now the most important of them are – a clearer mind, higher levels of optimism, and improved physical and mental well-being. Everything you need at this complicated time.
Response recommends that you spend as much time outdoors as possible to boost your immunity and health. It must be done regularly, regardless of the time of year. To understand the importance of it, we offer reasons why the oxygen we receive in the fresh air is so important to you.
Strengthens the immune system
How easy it is to catch small colds even in summer! It can be countered by being in the fresh air regularly. Fresh air helps the immune system fight diseases more effectively by increasing the health of white blood cells. It also supplies the immune system with the oxygen it needs to kill bacteria, viruses and germs.
Cleans the lungs
As the oxygen levels in the lungs increase, they expand more, thus helping to purify. As a result, the body is able to get rid of toxins through exhalation.
Improves the digestive system
Fresh air increases the flow of oxygen, helping you digest food more efficiently, and improving your overall well-being. In addition, it will be especially helpful if there is an extra pound you want to say goodbye to.
Improves blood pressure and heart rate
Contaminated air in cities or air indoors forces the body to work hard to get the necessary amount of oxygen. It is an extra burden on your body. Being in nature and breathing fresh air improves both blood pressure and heart rate, ensuring better heart health overall.
Makes you happier
The more fresh air, the more oxygen will enter the body, which will automatically increase the amount of the hormone serotonin (the hormone of happiness), making you feel better and feel a higher level of optimism and motivation.
Provides energy and sharper mind
After returning to the premises, for example, after a walk, there is usually a greater motivation to focus on work. Outside oxygen provides better brain function, improving concentration and providing more energy.
In addition, being in the fresh air helps to produce vitamin D from the sun, which is needed for many bodily functions, including strengthening our immune system, bones and teeth.
Go to nature as often as possible. Make a schedule of taking a short walk between work or school. When you return, you will immediately notice an improvement in your ability to work. Plus, incorporating outdoor workouts into your daily routine can add extra energy to your daily routine. Your body will be grateful. Besides, it costs nothing and the spring itself tempts you to go enjoy it.
Use this time usefully to teach yourself how to get a dose of fresh air every day!
We wish you motivation and a lively spirit!
With responsibility for your health,
Response by Dr. Stavro