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Exercise for Depression

It’s common knowledge that exercise is good for you – it sends oxygen to your brain so you can think better, it energizes you, it helps work off excess calories, it decreases your adrenalin to help you move through anger and anxiety, it is even good for depression....

Smiling Makes a Difference

Did you know that smiling – whether you feel like it or not – causes your brain to releases neuropeptides that fight off stress? Neuropeptides allow neurons to communicate messages throughout your body relaying relaxation, stress and other messages. Simply smile as...

Two anxiety reducing exercises

An anxiety attack can feel like a runaway train, as if you have no power over it. Biochemically, it is driven by adrenaline for the traditional fight or flight response in a crisis – to give you energy when your life depends on it. When used as designed, it lasts only...