5 effective workout apps for men
October 12, 2021
The pandemic created many restrictions, but besides the fear of getting sick, many people reported high levels of stress 2 years after it started. Increased levels of anxiety and depression are still something millions deal with everyday. This doesn’t come as a surprise: new lockdowns, self-isolation, lack of social life, loneliness – those factors have not gone away.
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So how can we help ourselves in these difficult times? There is one simple remedy that can lift your spirits – exercise! According to HarvardHealth, a regular workout routine has tremendous effects not only on your body but on your mind as well. It promotes relaxation, fights anxiety and relieves stress. Studies show that workouts help endurance athletes treat anxiety disorders and clinical depression, so the physiological and psychological benefits of training are undeniable.