Is This The Best Way To Calm Anxiety?
A new study proves that exercise is a good way to calm anxiety. Princeton University recently discovered that exercise creates this calming effect by changing the brain. It creates vibrant new brain cells — and then shuts them down when they shouldn’t be in action.
There are many reasons people who suffer from anxiety should be physically active and fit. Exercise produces chemicals that make us feel good and generates new brain cells:
“Food is the most widely abused anti-anxiety drug in America, & exercise is the most potent and underutilized antidepressant.”Bill Phillips
— drval (@drval) June 5, 2013
Yoga Workout Beginners Stress & Anxiety Home Exercise Routine (15 Minutes):
— Health Habits (@HealthHabits) April 10, 2013
RELAX! Researchers also have found that exercise is likely to reduce depression and anxiety helping you to better manage stress.
— fitnessleak (@fitnessleak) March 13, 2013
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