How Exercise Can Improve Your Mental Health

Everyone knows that exercising regularly is good for our bodies and our fitness levels, but not all of us understand how it can benefit our mental health. Those who suffer from mental health problems are twice as likely to die from heart disease and four times more likely to die from a respiratory illness. With this in mind, it is important that we take daily exercise during the COVID-19 lockdown, as is allowed by the government.

The benefits of exercising for mental health include:

• Promotes better sleep

• Gives you more energy

• Builds resilience

• Boost self-esteem

• Improves memory and thought process

• An activity that can help the whole family

• Can improve overall motivation

• Will improve your physical wellbeing also

Many of these benefits arise from the production of endorphins that are created in the brain when we exercise. It may feel like you do not have the energy to exercise but once you get into a routine of getting outdoors each day it will become something that you will look forward to.

Exercising in LA

Los Angeles is a great place to exercise, whether it be a stroll around your local neighborhood, taking a hike in the Altadena hills or cycling around the city, there is a way to get out and about. If you are exerting in the Silverlake area, Naturewell Juice Bar LA is offering a takeout service to keep you safe and healthy. Our menu contains protein smoothies that promote muscle growth and repair, G-Immunity juices to help protect your body against illness and Wake-up juices to put a spring in your step before or after exercise.

Naturewell Juice Bar understands the importance of your health and wellbeing, which is why we are a brand that you can trust. While we are awesome at creating natural and healthy fruit and vegetable based recipes, we are not health experts.

The information that we share on our blogs is based on our own personal experiences and research carried out by those in the health and wellbeing industry. We refer to the FDA and the USA Department of Health and Human Services for guidelines

Any information, recommendations, suggestions, testimonials, or advice that we offer regarding diet, nutrition, exercise, supplements, and lifestyle should be discussed with your doctor or a qualified health professional. Any changes to your lifestyle may involve taking risks so it is important to understand that the information you receive on our website or in person, and from our product descriptions do not take the place of official medical advice.

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