Using Physical Fitness To Combat Stress And Depression By Ange Fonce Exercise certainly is not a depression cure all yet many scientific studies have found that heart pumping endorphin boosting workouts actually help you to feel more happy about ...
Using Physical Fitness To Combat Stress And Depression
By Ange Fonce
Exercise certainly is not a depression cure all yet many scientific studies have found that heart pumping endorphin boosting workouts actually help you to feel more happy about yourself... research say that more physically active people reported greater general feelings of excitement and enthusiasm when compared to less active people.
And beyond its protective effect against feelings of depression... exercise does help reduce stress and help you secure a better nights sleep... that is why making a fitness routine an excellent addition to your depression treatment plan.
Exercise stimulates the release of many of the brain chemicals thought to be in low supply when someone is battling depression... so a trip to the gym can be just what the coach ordered... so what kind of workouts work best?
Set Off That Runner High
When it comes to workouts that fight depression... aerobic and cardio...
We throw the word stupid around a lot and labeling people perhaps forever with assumptions we have made of them and those assumptions form into judgements of them.
In fact there are tons of ways to be stupid and judgemental and we ought to think about that before we shut someone down and including ourselves in that.
Stupid judgements is something we do not the way we are.
Bad analysis in the form of assumptions and then forming judgements is the classic sort of stupid.
This is not the stupid of...
"If you knew then what you know now would you still do the same thing or do things differently?"
Rather the more simpler question of...
"Given what was clear at the time... why did you make such a bad decision?"
Willfully ignorant and just going on what you believe to be true is the stupidity of not seeking out the information that would have been worth knowing before you spoke up and made a decision or pulled...