Sweat Now, Shine Later!


Routine exercise can have a very positive result on the following:


-Reduces stress

-Enhances memory

-Depression

-Helps you rest better

-Nervousness

-ADHD

-Mood enhancement

-and so much more! 


And you don't have to be a fitness enthusiast to obtain the gains.

Study shows that average levels of activity are best for most people.


Average means:

• That you breathe a little heavier than usual, but are not out of breath. For example, you should be able to talk with your walking partner, but not easily sing a song.

• That your body seems warmer as you exercise, but not overheated or really sweaty.

A advice for staying motivated when you are striving with mental health.



Bring a friend!


Make exercise a pleasurable activity.

Exercising with a buddy or liked one, or even your children will not just make exercising more entertainment and delightful, it can also help to move you to stick to a workout routine.

You’ll also feel better than exercising alone.

When you’re experiencing a mood disorder such as  sadness, the fellowship can be just as essential as the exercise.





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