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Clip from Dr. Jeff Gardere who talks about how exercise organizes our brain to handle stress properly. He also tells us that being active promotes the growth of neutrons, which is the area, which regulates anxiety. This meaning if you are very or moderate active there is a smaller chance of having any types of anxiety.
Shilen playing basketball with other IST students, showing how involved he is and telling us how he feels
Exercise decreases depression and increases serotonin, which could improve your state of mind. Doing so helps us sleep better which means less insomnia.
A good way to get active is to do something you have a passion for or just wanting to try something new. You can check all activities on MangeBac or simply speak to sports staff.
Due to our research we can say that exercise affects our daily life in the best possible way.
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