Sleep. “We all do it,” says Dr. Robert Stickgold, professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. “We solve problems while we’re asleep.”
Mood and food are sometimes linked. If you’ve ever found yourself in front of the TV after a bad day, digging ice cream out with a spoon.
Most mobility tests measure what your body is capable of doing. But your mind is just as important in determining how much you move in your daily life.
Researchers have reported a clear link between low physical fitness and the risk of experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, or both!
Maintain good health, these study results reinforce the neuroprotective value of aerobic exercise and mental health.