We are near the end of February, meaning we are half-way done with winter. This is the time when people are experienced the so-called “cabin fever”, “stir crazy”, and feeling blues.
Do you know that when you get sluggish, the toxins in your body build-up and you are prone to feel achier, which often interpreted as depression?
Carolyn Dean, a physician, naturopath, nutritionist, and author, has this to say: “the best, most natural way to pull toxins out of the body is through movement.”
So get active as the benefits will do wonder for your body and mind:
- Lift depression
- Boost self-confidence
- Reduce anxiety
- Boost immune system
- Keep your heart functions better
Some easy suggestions to get active:
- Climbing staircase
- Ride a bicycle
- Go for a swim
The National Institute of Health encourages us to put in 30 minutes a day of exercise to promote general health, or break it up into two 15 minutes sessions a day of being active.