Exercise Can Help Cure Seasonal Affective Disorder


Exercise Can Help Cure Seasonal Affective Disorder

EXERCISE IS GOOD FOR BOTH MIND AND BODY.

Keeping up the motivation to exercise on a cold winter day instead of curling up under a warm blanket on the sofa can be difficult, not to mention the allure of all of the Christmas treat still left. However, in addition to piling on the pounds, slowing down physically can have the unwanted side affect of bringing you down psychologically. And at a time when the weather is lowering our spirits we need to take practical measures to stay active and happy.

Here at Fitness in Time we will give you an MOT for your body and provide you with your blood pressure, body fat percentage, body mass index and weight. Armed with this information we then design a fitness program that, if followed, will ensure that you achieve your exercise goals. Having a start point, clear guidance and access to a professional will really increase your chances of success.Top tip: An exercise program should be challenging. However, as your body adapts to the workout you will start to find that it gets easier. At this point we then book you in for a review and reassess you and adapt your new programme.

Plus there is always the bonus of a hot cuppa at the end of your programme.


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Phone: 01235 537002

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Phone: 01246 769600

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