Few can argue the many benefits of exercise—it makes people stronger, healthier, and adds years to their lives. There are also a number of less tangible effects of exercise in addition to well-defined muscles and slimmer waistlines. From a psychological perspective, exercise is one of the most important things a person can do to promote mental well-being and overall happiness. Many people are familiar with the mood-boosting effects of exercising regularly, but what is actually happening inside your brain in the midst of a good workout?
Read the basic psychological benefits of exercise or learn the more technical details.
Articles by Alycia Parnell.