Does a person under high physical stress require more or less exercise? What do you think?

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pacorz eNotes educator| Certified Educator

I would say more exercise is almost always better. Exercise has been proven again and again to lower levels of psychological stress; it does this in part by increasing the level of endorphins in the brain. Endorphins help you feel better physically as well as mentally; they can function as natural pain killers to alleviate the effects of physical stress.

Additionally, a well-designed exercise routine can enhance both strength and flexibility, which makes the body work more smoothly and can help to prevent injury. Overall, no matter what sort of stress you are enduring, exercise can help you stay healthy and get through it.


pranitingale | Student

Exercise is one of the best way to make ones health perfect. So, exercising is the best thing i would suggest. Due to our long physical work their might be possibilities that muscle cramps, accumulation of lactic acid in the muscles are the common problems during high quantity of work so, we could get some relive from it to far extent by exercising daily. Exersizing may free the cramped muscle. But many a time exercising at wrong cases may be proved harmful for e.g. : during fracture and many more cases. So, it depends on us and on our wits that we have to find a solution according to our problem...