By Dr James M. Greenblatt M.D - Psychology Today
Specialising In Depression.
Lately, exercise has been at the forefront of every conversation about health. No doubt this careful attention is due to the increasing concerns over obesity and sedentary lifestyles.
And it's true that exercise can improve our health by reducing high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and the risk of developing diabetes. Did you realize though that exercise also has amazing positive psychological effects?
Besides the obvious physical health benefits, exercise can also: