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How Exercise can Improve Your Mood at Work
Regular exercise has been proven to be effective in the prevention and
management of health conditions such as heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. It
is also known to improve one's mood, making you feel better about yourself.
Physical activity is also beneficial in the fight against depression as chemicals that
boost your wellbeing are released during a workout session.
There are many well-known benefits of exercising regularly- studies show that
improved productivity at the workplace is one of them. Exercise has an enormous
impact on your mood. It is thought that exercise is just as effective as over the
counter antidepressants.
Here is how exercise can improve your mood at work:
Physical Health
Your overall work-ability depends on your physical health and not exercising
regularly can take a toll on your health. Exercising can help reduce the risk of
certain medical conditions resulting in improved cardiovascular health which
leads to a greater degree of stamina to meet the demands of your job. It reduces
the risk of getting injured on the job, allowing you to meet expectations.
Mental Health
Improved mental health is proportional to productivity in the workplace.
Regularly exercising for about thirty minutes a day can help curb feelings of
anxiety and depression. Serotonin is released when you exercise which improves
the state of mind, making it easier to handle pressure and stress on the job.
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter in the brain which stimulates mood and emotion.
Stress is common at the workplace- with suitable exercise you will be able to
constructively deal with stress and this can lead to improved relationships with
Alertness and Energy
Exercise improves your mood at work by making you more alert thereby
contributing towards productivity. The influx of blood flowing to the brain
increases when you exercise. This keeps you sharp and aware enabling you to
tackle problems or tasks effectively. BDNF or brain-derived neurotrophic factor
boosts your cognitive abilities and this protein is triggered by exercise.
Having more energy makes you feel more awake which in turn ensures that you
are on top of your game enabling you to work correctly to the best of your ability.
Simple exercises such as walking during your lunch hour or taking the stairs
instead of the elevator can make you feel energetic. Make sure that you take as

many opportunities during the day to find small ways to exercise at the
Fitness in Nashville is just around the corner! Regular exercise that includes
running, weight lifting, power walking or jogging can reduce the risk of
developing certain kinds of illnesses and diseases. With an improved immunity,
you can minimize the chances of getting influenza or common cold which is quite
common in offices. Exercise reduces the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes,
obesity, hypertension and heart disease- all of which can meddle with your
productivity at work! For more information, click here.

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