The Emotional Benefits of Exercise

Research shows the benefits of exercise go beyond just physical well-being. Learn how physical activity helps support emotional and mental health.

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Research shows the benefits of exercise go beyond just physical well-being. Physical activities – like walking, biking, dancing, yoga, or tai chi – can help:

  • Reduce feelings of depression and stress
  • Enhance your mood and overall emotional well-being
  • Increase your energy level
  • Improve sleep

So, the next time you are feeling down, anxious, or stressed, start moving! 

Original Article – https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/infographics/emotional-benefits-exercise

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