Updated: Feb 2
If you're like many of us, we've experienced heartaches, illness, life challenges, we've walked through some Tough Times.
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This article written by Jennifer McGregor shares how exercise can be one of the best choices when you are faced with a life change.
In her article she shares "Exercise reduces anxiety, depression, and tension; it raises low self-esteem and confidence and encourages social interaction. It’s also one of many stress management techniques that provide a healthy way to release frustrations, letting loose feel-good endorphins that enhance your sense of well-being. In fact, the American Psychological Association recommends including exercise in a therapy or recovery program."
Read this powerful article here: Exercise as a Tool for Recovering from Tough Times