The Benefits Of Getting Fresh Air

The Benefits Of Getting Fresh Air

Apart from of the time of year, we should always take more advantage of the outdoors. Here are 6 reasons why you should use time outdoors in the fresh air to improve your wellbeing:

1) Fresh air is good  for your digestive system

Fresh air increases the flow of oxygen helping you digest food more efficiently so this will mainly help if you are trying to lose weight.

2) Fresh air helps get better blood pressure and heart rate

Keep away from impure environments particularly if you need to improve your blood pressure. Stay away from the busy traffic as the body will need to work harder to get the amount of oxygen it needs over impure car fumes.

3) Fresh air makes you happier

The more fresh air you get, the more oxygen you will take breaths which will increase the amount of serotonin (the happy hormone) you breathe in, therefore making you happier.

4) Fresh air strengthens your immune system

By growing the amount of fresh air we get, will increase the quantity of oxygen which helps our white blood cells function properly by fighting and kill bacteria and germs.

5) Fresh air cleans your lungs

You lungs expand more from having an increase of oxygen so fresh air improves the refining of your lungs. You release in the air toxins from your body when exhaling through your lungs.

6) Fresh air gives you more power and a sharper mind

You may have notice after expenses time outside, you come back indoors feeling brighter and possibly ready to get back to work. More oxygen results in greater brain running, improving your concentration skills and providing you with more energy.

In addition, venturing outside will also help you produce vitamin D from the sun which is essential for many bodily functions including supporting our immune system, strengthening our bones, teeth and much more.

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