What I use to increase my mental and physical energy levels, naturally:
How To Sleep Less, Have More Energy & Live Longer
👉This ONE Thing Is Clinically Proven To Improve Your Mind, Memory, Mood & Energy
Something Interesting & Iron
However, I’d like to first share something interesting and ironic – These days, we use more mental energy than ever before in history. Yet, we are using LESS physical energy than ever before and why I wanted to do today’s topic.
Exercise Is The Solution
I think there’s a much better way to improve your mind than with meditation and that’s with exercise. Plus you’ll obviously get lots of physical and overall health benefits as well.
So, today I’m going to list the top 10 clinically proven reasons for you to exercise, so you can
improve your mind and brain function
avoid and help reverse mental issues such as dementia, Alzheimer’s, parkinson’s and so forth
Improve your mental hormones and neurotransmitters, so you’ll feel better, improve your mood and be happier
Have more clarity and even increase your intelligence (IQ)
Increase both physical and mental energy, while also getting deeper and better sleep at the same time.
Top 10 Clinically Proven Benefits Of Exercise
For Your Brain and Mental Health
Physical exercise can help you pay attention better, learn and think faster, and remember more. 1-3 One huge study on over 1 million young, healthy men found it actually raised IQ. 4
Exercise makes you more effective and productive by improving creativity, mental flexibility, concentration, ability to manage time, and decision making. 10-14
Exercising can make you happier by improving your hormones, Both immediately and long-term.5-6 Plus, exercise can help improve your emotions, pull yourself out of bad moods, and be more emotionally resilient. 7-9
Exercise also reduces your appetite and cravings for sugary and fatty foods, both of which are not good for brain health. It does so by improving various chemicals, such as dopamine and serotonin.
Physical exercise can make you less anxious and less prone to stress-induced depression. 15-16 In fact, a Duke University study found that exercise worked even better than popular antidepressant drugs, such as Zoloft. 17
Exercise boosts energy, spurs enthusiasm, and encourages you to have more fun, be more outgoing and playful. 18
Because exercise helps build muscle, lose fat and improves your hormones – it helps improve your self-esteem and libido, making you feel more attractive, regardless of your age. 19,20
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