It’s Sabbath Sunday! This is the day to rest so you can be recharged for the week.
Sunday is usually my slower day and it’s usually the day I have the most anxiety. I haven’t worked out for a day or two and I don’t have much planned. And my mind wanders.
So what’s the solution? Plan some fun activities like go for a walk, watch a movie, or just be creative with no class in mind. But why is this a struggle for me on a day with not much going on. Well, my mind has time to think and, after reading, exercise curbs anxiety and depression.
In an article titled “Exercise for Stress and Anxiety” it is stated that exercise not only helps with the physical condition as well as fighting disease, but it helps with mental fitness and reducing stress too. Some therapists are even starting to prescribe exercise instead of medicine for some cases.
For ideas on what to do for exercise and some tips to stay warm in the winter please read the entire article at https://adaa.org/living-with-anxiety/managing-anxiety/exercise-stress-and-anxiety#:~:text=According%20to%20some%20studies%2C%20regular%20exercise%20works%20as,regular%20schedule%20may%20significantly%20reduce%20them%20over%20time..
With inky fingers,