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Women, Anxiety, and Exercise

By Laura L. Smith, Ph.D.

The United States Department of Health and Human Services issued a report in conjunction with the beginning of Women’s Health Week. The report found that …

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Women, Anxiety, and Exercise

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  1. Thank you for this article. This article was immensely helpful to me. I’ve found that exercising helps with my anxiety, depressing, and relieves so much stress. It sounds so simple, but the endorphines are wonderful. I started exercising a gain a few weeks again and the sweat and activity releases all the toxins and tension in my body. I’ve always heard about how exercise is the best medicine and it really is. I haven’t exercised in a year and when I started back, I became energetic, focused, and productive again. It’s one of the best feelings in the world.

  2. Good for you. Let’s hope you can inspire one more person to join you! Thanks and take care

  3. Exercise has been the key to my dealihg with a chronic illness. It is amazing how walking can relieve stress and give a lift to your mood.

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