Exercise and Mental Health

Statistics are beginning to suggest that 10% of adults are affected by depression and 15% are affective by anxiety disorders. Research has demonstrated that exercise allows us to improve our moods, self-esteem, and self-efficacy, which all contributes to reduced risk of depression/anxiety. Exercise frequency having the greatest impact on reducing that risk because the greater the frequency the more time spent in the altered mental state.⠀

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