Boosting mental health and positivity with exercise

London’s Lifestyle and Wellness Coach, Garth DeLicken, teaches people how to deal with mental illnesses like stress, anxiety, and more. He believes that exercise does not mean going to the gym or lifting heavy things. Anything you can do happily can keep you healthy. It can be simply climbing stairs, walking long distances, cycling, swimming, so that there is adequate circulation of blood in your heart and arteries. When we do physical activity, the heart rate increases. There is tightness in the muscles. This has a positive effect on the mind and keeps you away from depression. Not only this, but it also reduces the risk of high blood pressure, stroke. According to a study by the American Diabetes Association, regular exercise can better manage even a disease like diabetes. At the same time, people who do strength training can overcome their restlessness to a great extent. There is no need to go to the gym for strength training. You can try to lift weights at home. Similarly, when we do group exercises, we are able to connect with others in a better way.

In the Corona era, when going out is still limited, it will be beneficial to exercise in a group online as well. Sonali is a fitness freak and takes out time for exercise. That’s why not only does his face glow even at the age of 55, but his cheerful nature inspires the people around him to be happy.

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