I find a nice walk and cleaning to be excellent exercise for me here at the house. I use my treadmill when it is nasty out and also do some light yoga a few times a week. I have to take it easy being disabled, but I get out there and get it done anyway and feel so much better. It makes my anxiety lesson with all the great endorphins and my muscles/bones hurt less too :) And since I have taken the time to eat healthy foods and work out my self esteem is so much better because I am doing something for me because I love myself enough to give my body the tools to work on healing itself!
Has anyone tried to see the difference in living a healthful lifestyle and not so healthy?
I have and would rather feel better than not. It is something that is easy to do and easy to control, so why not?
Take care and have a wonderful day! . . . Your Bro . . . Sam :)
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