How Anxiety Can be Treated With Proper Exercise

List: Posted: 12/10/10

Anxiety is a very real problem that many people deal with on a daily basis. For some, anxiety is related to work, raising children, and other stress related issues. For others, anxiety is simply a daily response to the everyday stresses of the world that a sufferer cannot seem to control. If you suffer from anxiety, then you most likely would be interested in learning the best way to lessen its effects.

What many people do not know is that anxiety is not a completely psychological issue. Instead, the response is triggered by the body trying to deal with outside stress or other physical factors. This is why the best way to treat anxiety is through exercise. The proper amount of exercise each day can have a major impact on treating anxiety.

Here's why. Since your body experiences increased tension with anxiety, which will lead to anxious feelings, the key is to release that tension in a healthy way. The actual type of exercise that you choose is not as important as consistency. As long as you take part in the exercise activities on a regular basis, you can choose between cardiac, low impact or even meditation style exercise like yoga or tai chi.

Exercise helps treat anxiety in several different ways. Of course, the workout of the muscles will help increase blood flow through the body and ease the tension on the muscles. In addition, whenever you exercise, your body creates and releases endorphins, which are known to be mood enhancers and will help relieve the anxious thoughts you may have.

Whether you only experience anxiety occasionally or you do on a day to day basis, exercise can be the key to naturally treating it so that you can live a healthier and more relaxed life.

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    Sandee Sgarlata is a Certified life empowerment coach and a Reiki energy healing therapist with 20 years of experience to help people with their complete mind, body, spirit makeover. Specializes in Stress Management Anxiety Reduction, Women Self Improvement and Self Esteem Building.

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