Exercise is beneficial because it keeps us supple and reduces the risk of disease. Most people do not exercise enough, and thus increases the risk to your health. People with rheumatic diseases the benefit of exercise is enormous, because it allows them to live with less pain and thus more independent. Exercise provides: - Better joint mobility - Better control of pain - Increasing muscle strength - Increase bone strength, ie. reducing the risk for osteoporosis - Weight control - Improve balance and coordination - Reduce stress - Improve sleep - Increase energy levels - Improve breathing - Increased self-esteem Exercises should be performed when it suits you. If you decide to house, it would be good practice every day at the same time, so make a habit of. If you go to exercise outside, try to find those exercises that term maintenance fit into your lifestyle and commitments. This improves the likelihood of regular departure. I do not recommend more intensive exercise immediately after abundant meals when more appropriate walking or some other light activity. For some people, strengthens physical activity can disrupt sleep, so in this case recommended to exercise at least two to three hours before going to bed.