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Any side effect of exercise in gym

I want to ask that gym is best for our long terms there is any side effect of exercise in gym. or is there any alternate to keep health and fit.
Asked On : Thu, 6 Jan 2011
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Good health and fitness is a measure of physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing... Gyming alone isn't sufficient for good health.. Physical exercises with brisk walkng, jogging and offcourse gyming can help in maintaining physical health... However, a healthy diet, sufficient sleep, proper stress management, keeping away from smoking, alcohol, illegal/unwanted drugs, avoiding unwanted exposures are also necessary for maintaing health ... In addition, family wellness, no occupational hazards and so are are also essential comodities to sustain good health as a whole....

Gyming doesn't cause side effects, provided you don't overdue and hurt yourself...

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