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How to look after your mental health using exercise

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Series : How to....

Published : 2017
Page Length : 20
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Mental Health Foundation

There are many reasons why physical activity is good for your body – having a healthy heart and improving your joints and bones are just two, but did you know that physical activity is also beneficial for your mental health and wellbeing? This guide shows the positive impact that physical activity can have on your own mental wellbeing, including some tips and suggestions to help you get started. Being active doesn’t have to mean doing sport or going to the gym. There are lots of ways to be active; so find the one that works for you.