Most aging adults don\u2019t get enough physical activity. Exercise, though, can improve health impairments and prevent some diseases. It can also improve mood and emotional well being. The keys, though, to a sensible senior workout are to take it slowly and keep it up. Older people need to find a realistic mild to moderate enjoyable program.\n\n\n\nLet me give you 8 important reasons why You should work out.\n\n\n\nSleeping Aid for Seniors\n\n\n\nBecause exercise effects the body is so many positive ways, it is clearly the most natural option for helping address sleep related issues. Regular exercise will first of all help tire the body physically, ensuring a natural form of fatigue that the body will address with aneed to get appropriate rest.\n\n\n\nStrength Training = Strong Bones\n\n\n\nA critical aspect of aging is the general weakening of both muscle tissue and our bones themselves. One of the surest ways to reduce the stress on our weakening bones is to increase our muscles mass through strength training. Strength training has repeatedly been shown to be a safe and effective method of reversing muscle loss in the elderly\n\n\n\nStrong Heart\n\n\n\nPeople who exercise vigorously and often will reduce the risk of heart disease the greatest, but studies also show that any exercise can be beneficial. Studies have found that moderate exercise is also beneficial for those people with existing heart disease.\n\n\n\nArthritis Help\n\n\n\nArthritis is defined as the inflammation of a joint, but it can certainly seem more painful than that. It can cause searing pain that leaves the body feeling weak for days. As people age, arthritis tends to develop from the extended every day uses of the body.\n\n\n\nExercise, though, can assist with arthritis by strengthening the muscles near the joint which helps reduce joint stress. While exercise is necessary for everyone, it is essential for those with arthritis\n\n\n\n58% lower risk for Type 2 diabetes\n\n\n\nA study reported a 58% lower risk for Type 2 diabetes in adults who exercise for as little as 2.5 hours a week, even if the exercise was of a moderate level.\n\n\n\nPeople with diabetes are at high risk for heart disease, so the protective effects of aerobic exercise on the heart are very important for people with Type 2 diabetes. Initial indications are that strength training to increase muscle mass and reduce patient fat is also helpful for people with diabetes.\n\n\n\nIncreased Overall Fitness\n\n\n\nBeing physically active appears to stimulate immune cells that target many viruses and infections. Though exercise appears to stimulate such cells, that stimulation appears to last only a few hours. However, regular exercise appears to lower the overall risk of being susceptible to the flu, colds, and other viruses.\n\n\n\nIncreased Stamina and Slowing the Aging clock\n\n\n\nPhysical fitness allows the body to perform to its full capacity. Fitness helps us appear, feel, and act to our full potential. Exercise is essentially the capability to complete everyday responsibilities energetically and actively, with energy remaining at the end of the day for appreciation of other activities.\n\n\n\nNo Brain Drain\n\n\n\nHow many times do you hear yourself or other seniors say, "Sorry, I'm just having another senior moment?\u201d Many seniors are making exercise more of a habit so their sharp and educated minds don\u2019t suffer. Studies across the country are showing that seniors who exercise their bodies have the least trouble exercising their minds.