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Walking and Improved Mental Health

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Walking, often overlooked as a form of exercise, holds tremendous potential for improving mental health and well-being. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other can have profound effects on various aspects of mental health, including mood, stress levels, cognitive function, and overall psychological well-being. 

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How Exercise Helps Your Mental Health

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EXERCISE RELEASES HAPPY HORMONES

As you work out, different chemicals get released into your body; one example of these is endorphins, which are produced by the central nervous system. These work with the opiate receptors in the brain to reduce the sensation of pain and provide a boost of positivity and pleasure. This can lead to a feeling of post-workout euphoria that’s a natural and healthy way to feel good.

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