Many people bored exercising because it can not wait to feel the long-term benefits. Yet there are also short-term benefits that can be directly perceived, such as improving mood so they can smile all day.
A study at Pennsylvania State University showed that regular exercise for 15 minutes each morning can improve mood or positive mood. The mind becomes more clear, so the face will look brighter and always decorated with a sweet smile.
Short-term benefits are often overlooked, because people tend to exercise to get the long-term benefits that can not be directly perceived. For example, to lose weight, improve posture and increase muscle strength.
As a result, while not directly feel the benefits long term are the main objectives exercising, people tend to get bored and stop. Exercise in the morning becoming obsolete, because many of the desperate and considers this a good habit to no avail.
In a study published in the Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 190 students were observed daily physical activities include exercise habits in the morning. In addition, participants also observed mood.
Observations indicate, exercise habits affect your mood all day. The more regular exercise, the better the benefits in enhancing positive thoughts such as gratitude, happier and more confident.
Allegations of the researchers, exercise can alter mood by triggering changes in the chemical composition of the brain. As quoted from Menshealth.com, the change is happening without having to do strenuous exercise like running a marathon but light enough to exercise for 15 minutes on a daily basis.
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