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Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County Discusses the Link Between Physical Fitness and Mental Health

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Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County recently discussed the link between physical fitness and mental health

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX / ACCESSWIRE / February 23, 2021 / Many people are aware that exercise is good for them. It's used as a means of controlling weight, reducing hypertension, and building strength. However, many don't understand just how beneficial physical fitness can be to maintaining superior mental health. Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County recently discussed the link between physical fitness and mental health.

"So many people understand physical fitness is good for them, but I don't think they understand just how good," Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County said. "It can truly transform life satisfaction."

Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County explained that people who exercise regularly tend to have a superior sex life, thinner waistline, and superior physique. They tend to live longer too.

"Regular exercise can combat common disorders, like ADHD, anxiety, and depression," Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County said. "Exercise can truly be used as a non-pharmaceutical tool to treat certain illnesses."

Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County explained that exercise has actually been used to treat moderate depression and has had drastically fewer side effects when compared with an anti-depressant. In fact, Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County cited a study performed by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Health that showed running for just 15 minutes per day could reduce the risk of serious depression by up to 26 percent. Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County added that walking for one hour showed the same positive effects.

Exercise has been proven to have similar benefits when attempting to combat stress. Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County explained that the body becomes extremely tense when under stress. This can lead to serious headaches, back pain, neck pain, chest pain, and so much more. The worry about why these symptoms are occurring can lead to even more stress. Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County stated that exercise is one of the best ways to break this cycle of stress and more stress.

"Exercise can relieve the tension held in the body, in turn, relieving the tension in the mind," Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County said. "When the body is happy, the mind is happy too."

Leah Boone Howard Montgomery County finished by stating that there are countless additional health benefits to exercising regularly. Those who exercise often are more likely to sleep well, have more energy and show higher self-esteem. Experiencing superior mental health could be as simple as exercising on a daily or regular basis.

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