Go for a walk

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION -

FA­TIMA RIAS

Are you de­pressed, ner­vous or ex­hausted? If yes, then you should go for a walk. Sci­en­tists be­lieve that a walk can make you free from de­pres­sion, and make you feel ac­tive and happy. It is also a fact that walk, on daily ba­sis, helps you lose your ex­tra weight, for­tify your bones, and in­crease your think­ing abil­ity. More­over, it main­tains your blood pres­sure, pre­vents you from heart dis­eases and di­a­betes, and helps you live longer. Fur­ther­more, it not only makes you phys­i­cally strong but also cares you spir­i­tu­ally. Ver­ily, there is not a sin­gle shade of doubt that it has myr­iad of ben­e­fits.

How­ever, now a days, we lessen this ex­er­cise sig­nif­i­cantly, with know­ing that it is not less than any bless­ing, which is the rea­son why we are los­ing our agility, phys­i­cal fit­ness, fresh­ness, vig­or­ous­ness, and stamina. So, we need to find some­way to walk at least 10 min­utes, on reg­u­lar ba­sis, which is the best way, in or­der to re­cover all th­ese fea­tures and make your­self hale and hearty, be­sides it is free, pleas­ing, re­fresh­ing and en­joy­able. —Karachi

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