Regular exercise helps improve your immune system, reduces stress, improves depression and anxiety and improves your overall health. Source: Exercise Works
Regular exercise benefits people with epilepsy because it often reduces seizure frequency, relieves depression, reduces social isolation, and promotes heart and overall health. Source: Exercise Works
Regular exercise, such as walking, together with simple strength and stretch exercises such as tai chi are effective at improving your physical, emotional and social function and key symptoms such as pain, fatigue, anxiety and depression. Source: Exercise Works
Regular exercise significantly improves overall health, along with balance, mobility, depression and stamina, and reduces your risks of falls, blood clots due to immobility and inactivity, constipation and gravitational leg swelling.
Source: Exercise Works
Regular exercise improves heart and lung health, reduces the risks of long-term diseases, and helps promote a sense of health and wellbeing. Source: Exercise Works
Being faced with exercise after you have had a heart attack (with or without stents), heart surgery or a heart procedure, can be a bit scary. But we know that exercise is the one sure way to work your heart muscle back to health. Source: Heart & Stroke Foundation
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