Monday, June 25, 2018

Exercise and ADHD

Regular exercise is one of the easiest ways to reduce the symptoms of ADHD. It also improves concentration, motivation, memory and mood. Physical activity boosts the brain’s dopamine and serotonin levels. Exercise works in the same way that ADHD medications such as Ritalin and Adderall.

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Monday, June 18, 2018

Exercise and Stress

Have you ever noticed how your body feels when you’re under stress? Your muscles may be tense, especially in your neck and face. You may also feel a tightness in your chest. You might also have problems like insomnia and heartburn. The worry and discomfort of all these physical symptoms can in turn lead to even more stress.

Exercising is an effective way to break this cycle. Physical activity helps to relax the muscles and relieve tension in the body. The body and mind are closely linked. When your body feels better, so will your mind.

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Monday, June 11, 2018

Exercise and Anxiety

Exercise is also a natural and effective anti-anxiety treatment. It relieves tension and stress, boosts physical and mental energy, and enhances well-being through the release of endorphins. Anything that gets you moving can help, but you’ll get a bigger benefit if you pay attention, instead of zoning out.

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Monday, June 4, 2018

Exercise and Depression

Exercise can treat mild to moderate depression as effectively as an antidepressant.
Exercise is a powerful depression fighter. It promotes all kinds of changes in the brain. It releases endorphins (powerful chemicals in your brain that energize your spirit and makes you feel really good). It can also serve as a distraction, allowing you to find some quiet time to break out of the cycle of negative thoughts that feed depression.

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