written by Katharine Sniffen
Exercising daily can yield results that are physical in nature, such as looking fit and fab, maintaining or losing weight, and improving strength and endurance. But aside from it being one of the three New Year's resolutions you ought to stick to, regular exercise also yields benefits far beyond the physical ones, as it can improve your mental health. Read on to find out how.
Exercise improves well-being
HelpGuide points out in 'The Mental Health Benefits of Exercise' how regular physical activity is an investment you can make for your mind, body, and soul. When this investment becomes ingrained in your lifestyle, it will foster a sense of self-worth. In other words, it gives you confidence because you'll feel good about yourself knowing that you're looking and feeling better. Moreover, meeting your exercise goals, whether big or small, will give you that sense of achievement, thus making you feel even better about yourself. These positive...