The article being shared here is not intended to encourage you to become a bodybuilder.
It’s once again to show you that our bodies and minds are actually connected. Is anybody still surprised by this? It seems researchers are.
If you have higher levels of anxiety, stress, depression or any of the other modern mental illnesses, are you physically exercising?
The featured article below is written by Lee Suckling.
“Get more exercise” is often top of the list when people experiencing mild mental health problems look for help on how to move forward. It’s sage advice. All exercise produces endorphins, which signal to your brain through chemicals that you’re not feeling as low as you thought.