The answer is definitely YES. Exercise has many benefits and is somewhat "healing". Improving overall human health is the most obvious benefit, but there are other benefits that are directly related to mental health.
Meditation is known as the best natural remedy for anxiety. You can also easily do exercise at your work and while sitting at home or any other place.
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Let's take a look at some of these benefits and how they can help stop anxiety attacks.
When a person exercises vigorously, the brain releases hormones called endorphins. These hormones are actually involved in opiate receptors in the brain and cause euphoria similar to high levels of medication.
Another very positive aspect of practice is the focus on the activity itself. When an anxious person becomes active through movement and movement, the person becomes a positive focus on his or her thoughts.
Focusing on this activity, whether it's running, playing tennis, swimming, or even just cleaning the house, means that the sufferer has something other than a fear of concentrating.
Often, and especially when the training is very strenuous, the anxiety attacks disappear at the end of the workout. In the midst of a challenging game of basketball or tennis, it can be difficult to focus on anything other than the activity itself.
Exercising or doing something physical also gives the person a sense of control. Usually, people with anxiety disorders have lost control of their lives. Exercise gives a person a sense of control over his body, it helps reduce anxiety and panic.