7 Ways to Combat Health Problems With Exercise
Reduce pain, fight depression, slow osteoporosis, and other ways to use exercise for a healthier life. By Linda Melone for MSN Health & Fitness
Endorphins and Your Mood
Ever notice how much better you feel when you exercise after a stressful day? It's more than just psychological, says David Geier, Jr., MD, sports medicine director of the Medical University of South Carolina. "Exercise kicks in natural brain chemicals called endorphins that elevate your mood." And that's just the beginning. "Exercise is good for all kinds of health problems," says Dr. Geier. Read on for ways to add to or alter your current exercise program to maximize benefits for what ails you.
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