The Mental Benefits of Working Out

Working out helps boost mental health by reducing stress levels, increasing the production of happy chemicals known as endorphins and norepinephrine, a chemical that helps moderate the brain’s response to stress. Also, exercising helps relieve anxiety, boost self-confidence, prevents cognitive decline, sharpens memory, controls addiction and relaxes the body.
Exercising also makes you enjoy outdoor activities such as rock climbing, hiking, jogging and other outdoor sports. Aside from that, regular exercise at the age of 25-45 will help boost chemicals in the brain that support and prevent mental degeneration.

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