In some circumstances, exercise works just as well as antidepressants. It is a natural treatment to alleviate depression and assists you in keeping your mind healthy. High blood pressure, diabetes, and arthritis are just a few of the health issues that exercise can help avoid and address. Exercise’s psychological and physical effects can also assist boost mood and reduce worry, according to studies on depression, anxiety, and exercise.

Exercise is generally the last thing on your mind when you’re depressed or anxious. Exercise, on the other hand, can make a significant difference once you become motivated. Even though associations between depression, anxiety, and exercise aren’t entirely obvious, working out and other forms of physical activity can help you feel better and relieve symptoms of depression and anxiety. Exercise may also assist you to avoid relapsing into depression or anxiety once you’ve improved.

Aerobic capacity and muscular strength aren’t the only benefits of exercise. Certainly, exercise can improve your physical health and physique, help you lose weight, improve your sex life, and even contribute years to your life. The majority of people, however, are not motivated by this.

Exercise is equally effective as medications

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People who exercise on a regular schedule do so because it makes them feel extremely good. They are more vibrant throughout the day, sleep better at night, have fonder memories, and are more relaxed and optimistic about themselves and their life. It’s also an effective treatment for a variety of mental health issues.

Daily exercise has been shown to help those with depression, anxiety, and stress.  It also helps you relax, enhances your memory, sleeps better, and enhances your general mood. One doesn’t have to be a fitness enthusiast to receive the perks. According to studies, even small amounts of exercise can contribute significantly. You might learn to use exercise as a powerful tool to cope with mental health issues, increase your energy and perspective, and get more out of life, no matter what your age or fitness level is.

Varsha Singh

By Varsha Singh

Journalism honours student at Christ University, Bangalore. Passionate and curious enough to explore the world and talk about the development and constructive changes that I feel should be brought up.

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  1. Amazingly penned varsha Singh…In challenging times it’s important, excersice that could be alternate solution to figureout for the people who are stressed from WFH.
    Very insightful. Great work! Keep writing ✍…

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