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People living with chronic illnesses are coming up with ingenious coping mechanisms in the face of COVID-19.
Try to do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity every week.
Working out can boost the thinking skills of those at risk for cognitive decline.
Do you practice self-care in your life?
Like medication and psychotherapy, this type of workout offers effective relief from obsessively worrying.
Moving to music offers physical and mental benefits.
Extremely vigorous workouts trigger more of this pleasure-boosting chemical but also amplify negative feelings and pain.
Exercise can help relieve depression, anxiety and more.
Doctors typically prescribe antipsychotic meds and psychosocial therapies for this mental disorder. But a good workout may help too.
Our brains decrease in size as we age, increasing our risk of dementia and cognitive decline. But getting regular exercise could be...
Physical exercise can reduce the force of both burnout—mental, physical or emotional exhaustion—and depression.
Many people know exercise can put some pep in your step, but staying active can do a little more than that. For the elderly, physical activity...
Physical activity isn’t just good for physical health. People who regularly exercise are less sensitive to stressors that can trigger panic di...
While there’s growing skepticism about the benefit of traditional antidepressants—at least for mild to moderate depression—researc...
Engaging in physical activity in a natural setting is good for your mental health, even for as little as five minutes per day.
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