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EXERCISE MENTAL HEALTH
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Exercise May Do Much More Than Just Boost Your Mood
It can help you to better regulate your emotions, a new study suggests.
The Happiness Secret Of Elite Athletes
Sheenie Ambardar, M.D.
The Happiness Psychiatrist, happinesspsychiatrist.com
Since May is "Exercise is Medicine" month, as designated by the American College of Sports Medicine, now would be the perfect time for us to reopen a dialogue on the subject and increase national awareness.
Why Working Out Is Good For Mental Health -- Even When You Don't Want To Exercise
Amanda L. Chan
Move Your Body to Calm Your Anxious Mind
Writer and Consultant
Even if you've never worked out before, you would be amazed at how quickly your body can adapt and grow stronger when you get moving. If there's one thing I've learned through this process, it's that you should never underestimate your own strength.
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