It is a cardiovascular excercise. It increases your heart rate making your heart healthy. It increases your circulation keeping your veins and arteries clear of debris and helps you perspire or sweat cleansing your body of impurities, helping to keep your skin clear and your organs clean and in good working order. It helps your digestive system make the best use of the food you eat and helps you eliminate waste in good time so you don't have sludge sitting around in your gut making you feel sluggish, so you have more energy. All of this brightens your outlook on life, gives you energy, helps you to sleep well, keep a healthy weight, keeps your muscles toned and boosts your immune system. Try it for a while. It works!!
Well to your physical body tone your legs and your stomach. But a bad thing that goes with jogging or running everyday is your knee joints are more likely to get messed up. Then again there is a solution to that you could drink joint juice. Also exercise has been scientifically proven to make you happier.
It depends on you're immediate surroundings. Pros: Higher self-esteem, a great vitamin D supplement and a nice tan from proper sunlight, capable body, longer life span, powerful lungs and heart. Your entire outlook on life can improve faster then you know it, almost always for the better. You can become strong willed and more outgoing. Cons:Never try to lose weight faster then you put it on, or you might end up looking ridiculously buff. That is unlikely with any cardio workout, though. You might be breathing in a lot of pollution in the inner city. The chances of being raped may be higher in certain backwoods areas. In dusty areas you may get sick a lot at first.
The above are great answers. All I would add is that you may lose too much salt if you do it a lot. If you feel like your blood pressure is low then replenish the salt you lost through sweat. It's not hard with the stuff that's out there, just don't overdo it on the salt. Enjoy the benefits.
Makes your bones stronger.It builds them up stronger than before, so that your bones can withstand greater impact. You'll burn lots of calories and lose weight- provided you watch your food intake. Running builds up your cardiovascular system, and I think it actually improves your oxygen intake or something. I'm not sure about the oxygen thing, but running is an "aerobic exercise." Running makes your heart stronger. Your resting heart-rate will go down. Your heart gets more blood through in one pump than it normally would, I think. Runners' heart rates are usually low enough that when they get a check-up their doctor might ask them if they run after taking the runner's pulse. I should know- it's happened to me. The difference in a runner's pulse and a non-runner's pulse is that obvious to them. Your leg muscles and abs will be stronger. If you run often enough and you eat right you'll tone your muscles. You'll have more energy. You might even experience the sensation of being both really tired and energetic at the same time, (lol, but that's not a benefit). In short, lots and lots of stuff happens to your body when you run.
Pushing your body to higher levels of activity is a REALLY good idea, I've found it's easier to swim, ski, bike, and generally survive life since I started running. Do not jog alone unless you are packing serious heat. If you do not have a large shepherd or mastiff-breed dog to run with, take a neighbor's-- they might even pay you to do it! Running with a friend or a dog as a pacer will also make you go farther than you would push yourself on your own.
Jogging daily will in general make you healthier. How you might ask? To begin, your cardio will increase, thus allowing you to run longer. Meaning you are able to control and steady your breathing and heart rate more easily. Your lung will have a higher capacity for more oxygen. Jogging daily will also put an easier regulation on blood flow to your muscles throughout your body. You will also lose body fat, and gain stronger muscles. You will definitely tone up and your muscles will become tighter. Depending on your efficiency with running/jogging, you will become more active. After a while, you will see running/jogging as a hobby in your lifestyle rather than a necessity, as you will grow a liking to it. You will begin to feel more energized, and younger. Also, it can be good on the joints in your body, considering running is a full bodily exercise. Stretching before running/jogging is always a great thing to do, it will reduce the risk of any injury. Hopefully this was helpful to you. :)