- Lowers Diabetes
When to Walk. The best time for walking is one to two hours after a meal when your insulin and blood sugar levels have settled down. Morning exercise is recommended, since it avoids the peak insulin part of the day, especially for people with type 1 diabetes.
- Strengthens Heart
Early morning exercise is good for your heart.Walking in the morning has tremendous cardiovascular benefits. … Walking is a fantastic way to address high blood pressure, hypertension, heartattack and stroke risk because the activitystrengthens the heart and generally improves cardiovascular health.
- Weight Control
That’s not to say physical activity, such as walking, isn’t important for weight control — it is. If you add 30 minutes of brisk walking to your daily routine, you could burn about 150 more calories a day. To lose a pound a week, you generally need to eliminate 500 calories a day.
- Increases Lungs Capacity
Inhale for three steps, exhale for two, inhale for three steps, exhale for two. Finally, of course, try out your rhythmic breathing on a run—inhaling for three foot strikes and exhaling for two. A few key points: Inhale and exhale smoothly and continuously through both your nose and mouth at the same time.
- Makes Skin Glow
Walking in morning has immense benefits on skin. It increases circulation of blood and thus provides vital nutrients to the skin to keep it strong, firm and elastic. People who walk regularly in morning are known to have delayed skin wrinkles because their skin remains elastic for a longer time. Improved circulation brings definite aura on the skin.