Physical Movement and Mental Health
You can often tell how people feel emotionally by the way that they move. For example, a person who’s depressed might move slowly and lethargically, while a person who’s anxious or high strung might be in constant motion, continuously “buzzing” around. Well, the good news is that the connection between your brain and your body is a two-way street. In other words, your moods might affect your movement, but in turn, movement can affect your brain. You can affect change in your moods with movement.
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