Getting back to some sort of normality!
We know this is a scary time and can make you feel anxious, but exercise is not only for weight and inch loss it has so many other benefits including anxiety and depression. We offer friendly environment and have put everything in place to help you feel safe.
So how does exercise help depression and anxiety?
Regular exercise may help ease depression and anxiety by:
Releasing feel-good endorphins, natural cannabis-like brain chemicals (endogenous cannabinoids) and other natural brain chemicals that can enhance your sense of well-being
Taking your mind off worries so you can get away from the cycle of negative thoughts that feed depression and anxiety
Regular exercise has many psychological and emotional benefits, too. It can help you:
Gain confidence. Meeting exercise goals or challenges, even small ones, can boost your self-confidence. Getting in shape can also make you feel better about your appearance.
Get more social interaction. Exercise and physical activity may give you the chance to meet or socialize with others. Just exchanging a friendly smile can brighten up your day.
Cope in a healthy way. Doing something positive to manage depression or anxiety is a healthy coping strategy. Trying to feel better by drinking alcohol, dwelling on how you feel, or hoping depression or anxiety will go away on its own can lead to worsening symptoms.
Why not pop in to one of our all female, friendly gyms today and just see how at ease you feel, all our gym are equipped with sanitisers, sprays plus we have regular cleaning being done throughout the day.
Give us a call on the numbers below for free friendly advice:
Chesterfield: 01246 769600
Abingdon: 01235 537002