If you are felling a bit stressed and anxious, a workout maybe the best bet reveals a recent study.
Exercise not only promotes physical health, it is indeed the route to good emotional health.
J. Carson Smith, assistant professor of kinesiology, University of Maryland School of Public Health, who led the study found that exercise cushions the effects of emotional exposure.
Exercise not only helps cut anxiety, it also aids in better emotional control when faced with crisis. The study findings show that exercise has a crucial role to play in assisting people to endure life's daily anxieties and stressors.