Exercise: Nature's Mood EnhancerHow often have you wished for a happiness drug without health or legal consequences?

Good news: Nature has built the answer into the human body. Regular exercise acts as a mood booster and happens to be good for people.

You have probably heard about the euphoria athletes often feel after sustained exertion, and perhaps you have felt your mood lift after a workout or a brisk walk. However, the exercise high doesn’t depend on long workouts.

In fact, the best results come from doing a little each day.

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Exercise: Nature’s Mood Enhancer

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  1. Daily workout is the bestest way to maximize the happiness effect. it keeps you healthy and motivate by positive feelings………….

  2. Yeah I have to agree with you. Nothing better than coming home after a long day of work and hitting the weights! It helps me relieve stress from the day and makes me feel like I accomplished something. Nothing like it…

  3. If you have a mind that is happy and satisfied, you also have a happy body.We are all aware that losing weight is not just a physical venture, but an emotional one, as well. An optimistic perspective can do incredible things for your mind as well as your body as you make an effort to reduce weight and get fit.

  4. Yes, I agree with you.Regular exercise is the best way to make your body fit and reduce weight

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