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Exercise Can Help Your Student

By Virginia Laird

With the start of school just a few short weeks away, many parents may be finding themselves wondering how to help their children prepare for the grind that is to come. Sending the kids back to the classroom can come with a whole host of issues, including keeping them healthy and how to help them maintain good grades. Research suggests that when parents are actively involved in their children’s education, the students can be much more successful. Health and wellness experts have made several suggestions when it comes to getting back in the swing of school. Some of their tips include:

  • Exercise can help improve focus
  • Working out can help with sleep
  • Exercise can help decrease stress

Exercise Can Help Improve Focus

Many who struggle with focusing have turned to exercise to help solve this issue. Research suggests that working out can help clear the mind of stress. Health and wellness experts suggests that making time to exercise daily for yourself and encouraging your children to do so can help everyone become more productive. 

Working Out Can Help with Sleep

Do you ever find yourself struggling to get enough sleep? This is an issue that millions across the nation have trouble with as well. Research suggests that millions of students also struggle to get enough sleep during the school year. Sleep experts advise that adults should get no less than six hours of uninterrupted sleep each night. Research suggests that exercise can help burn energy that may build throughout the day. Many health and wellness experts advise that those who struggle to sleep should get at least 20 to 30 minutes of exercise daily.

Exercise Can Help Decrease Stress

Back-to-school life can be stressful for both parents and children. This combined with work, household chores, and a host of other things can prove to be more stressful than anyone bargained for. For this reason, health and wellness experts recommend daily exercise as a way to reduce stress. Before planning to take the family to the gym for a group exercise class, it is wise to know that exercise can include a brisk walk through the neighborhood, a jog, or even a bike ride. 

It is never too late to begin finding ways to reduce your stress and the stress of your children. Taking care of stress levels can promote overall health and wellness. Now get moving!

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Arvada, Colo.

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