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Stress, it seems, is everywhere we look. Each new task, responsibility, or worry increases our stress levels which can be harsh on the body and mind. Stress can never completely go away,but it can be managed, and it is more than OK to allow yourself to take a break from it! One of the best ways to relieve stress naturally is through exercise! Here’s why:

  1. Exercise produces endorphins, which keeps your brain happy! Hence the term, “runner’shigh.”

  2. When one exercises, they usually tune out the chaos of the outside world.

  3. It improves sleeping patterns.

  4. It provides a responsible outlet to take time to care for oneself.

  5. It boosts confidence in oneself.


When using exercise to reduce stress, you must remember to take your time and gradually increase your level of exercise. Do not add more stress and tension to your life by pressuring yourself to be an athletic expert right at the get-go!

Any type of exercising will reduce stress. Aerobic exercises are great to start with because they serve as a form of meditation. This can range from walking, to jogging, to running, to using the bike or elliptical. The rhythmic nature of these exercises allows one to relax and get in the exercise zone. Additionally, stretching one’s muscles helps relieve the tension caused by the stress we carry.

We’ve provided some exercises that are most helpful below:

  • Spinning

  • Running

  • Dancing

  • Yoga

  • Pilates

  • Kickboxing

  • Hiking

Always consult your physician before beginning any nutrition or fitness program, especially if you are currently being treated for any illness or medical condition, taking prescription medication, or following a doctor recommended diet.
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