Your metabolism can be boosted for thus many days with only one workout by alone.

The drive to get out of bed and go to the gym is something that everyone of us needs. If you are seeking for a reason to remain consistent, we are here to assist you in finding that reason.

Even if you only go to the gym once, it will pay off in more ways than one, and for a far longer period of time than anyone anticipated. Here is all that can be accomplished with only one workout:

A new study conducted by the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center found that a single workout can effectively raise your metabolism for a period of up to two days. Please don't be surprised; you did read that correctly.

Researchers from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center looked at how exercise affected the brain in their study. Neurons POMC and NPY/AgRP were the focus of the study. POMC is associated with decreased hunger, lower blood sugar levels, and faster energy expenditure, whereas NPY/AgRP promotes hunger and slows metabolism.

Mice served as the experimental subjects. For as long as ten days, individuals were subjected to several training regimens, during which their brain circuit activity was monitored.

Researchers discovered that a single exercise session—three 20-minute treadmill runs—could increase POMC neuron activity and suppress the corresponding NPY/AgRP neuron for as long as two days.

In just one day, just getting out of bed and moving moderately can have a positive effect that lasts for two days, according to the research.

One additional advantage of exercising exercise is that it causes your neurons to get active, which results in you feeling less hungry for the following six hours after you work out.

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