Any activity that increases heart rate (even if only slightly) can reduce anxiety and calm the mind.

Almost any type of exercise can help to alleviate anxiety, but research has indicated that some types may be more antiolytic than others.Basically any form of exercise that gets the body moving stands a good chance of alleviating anxiety and calming the mind.Full article 💓 https://www.mentalhelp.net/blogs/how-exercise-can-reduce-anxiety/

There is mounting evidence that spending time in nature makes us healthier and happier

“We found that spending time in, or living close to, natural green spaces is associated with diverse and significant health benefits. It reduces the risk of type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease, premature death, and preterm birth, and increases sleep duration…”Full article 🌳 https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/07/180706102842.htm

It’s easy to get outside when the weather is glorious, but what about when it’s horrible out there?

…Eventually The Stinging Hail Storm Passed And The Sun Beamed Through The Breezy Lead Clouds. We Wrung Out Our Hats And Gloves, And Continued On, Drying Out As We Walked And Chatting Away Happily. We All Agreed That Our Walk Felt All The More Rewarding Because We Persevered Through The Inauspicious Start. There Are Even More Bonuses To Exercising Outdoors InContinue reading “It’s easy to get outside when the weather is glorious, but what about when it’s horrible out there?”