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Exercise

We all know about the physical benefits of regular exercise such as improved health, weight loss, lower blood pressure, stronger bones and muscles and reducing the risk of a heart attack.

But what about the benefits to our mental health?  Exercise has been shown to reduce anxiety and stress levels and to boost brain power and to increase well-being, confidence and self-esteem.

Exercise has been proven to boost our mood and to help to reduce the symptoms of depression and anxiety, it aids us by raising endorphin levels to increase the feelings of happiness.  Taking part in moderate levels of exercise can have huge benefits to our stress levels, by increasing heart rate and stimulating the increased production of neuro hormones to help the body cope with stressful situations better.

Another benefit often overlooked and undervalued is that of sleep.  All forms of physical activity have been shown to play a major role in helping to regulate the bodies circadian rhythm and the increase in body temperature is known to play a role in helping to calm the mind.  All this leads to easier and a much better quality of sleep and the psychological benefits that this brings.

We offer a course that can help you develop your understanding of why sleep matter. Regiter your interest here.

Visit the CitySpace website here to find out how they can support you.

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