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Positive Ways to Help Fight Depression - Being Active

When you're depressed your energy levels can drop drastically, but the last thing you want to do when feeling down is to keep yourself from getting up. It's a physiological fact that activity fights depression. Get your heart rate up 20 minutes a day, five days a week, and it has been scientifically proven that you will feel better emotionally. Exercising increases the neuro-plasticity of your brain and releases neurochemicals called endorphins, which help to elevate your mood. Even just getting out of the house for a walk, a game of catch with your kids, or a trip to the gym is a medically proven method of improving the way you feel.
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Article Comments

  • "What happens though, when you're energy levels are so low, even the thought of doing anything active is painful!"
  • - LadyBurton (28th of March 2016, 01:09:27 PM)
  • "Exercise reall yhelps , I know I've done a lot of it !"
  • - alfonso (31st of March 2016, 05:44:44 PM)
  • "I sometimes feel better after a long power walk "
  • - gimo01 (1st of April 2016, 10:25:00 PM)

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