Ease Anxiety and Depression: 5 Great Exercises

I'm pleased to present these tips on how to ease anxiety from my colleague and guest blogger, John, from TrampolinesCo.com.

Taking medication for getting control of your anxiety levels and depression seems like the only solution to most of us. However, there are a lot other things in life that bring a positive change in our mood and overall lifestyle. One of those things is being physically active and exercise.

The way our body looks and feels has a lot to do with the tuning of our mind as they are inter-connected. As per a review from Harvard University, exercise on regular basis can help reduce depression greatly and improve the overall mood. It even helps people cope with severe depression.

Here are some of the great exercises you can try for easing your anxiety and depression and elevates your mood:

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Yoga is the ultimate therapy for relaxing the body and mind altogether. The yoga poses involved in yoga do not only shape your body but also leave a positive impact on the mind. Different studies show that the result of yoga in the long run is a great reduction in anger problems, anxiety levels and depression.  It involves taking deep breaths which helps control the abnormal pace of heart in anxiety.

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Until now, you must have believed that trampolines are made for children. However, we all know how the bouncing motion gets so addictive and exciting for all of us. It is actually a great exercise for body which relaxes the mind and improves the mood significantly. By constantly bouncing on a trampoline, brain releases endorphins that are great for the mental wellness of a person and that reduce all the negative feelings.

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Running and jogging are yet another great exercise for both body and mind. If you are feeling down and you start running, you will instantly start feeling lighter. As per a study, running is no less effective than psychotherapy for reducing depression. It helps the brain to release endorphins and other natural good chemicals that lift the mood up and eliminate the bad emotions.

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We all know how a cardio improves the mood and helps release good chemicals in the brain and that is exactly what hiking does to you. Plus, taking a breath of fresh air naturally brings more peace to the mind and you instantly start feeling positive. As per a study from the Environmental Health journal, the group which was sent for a walk in the woods had lower stress level than the group that went to walk in the urban area.

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No matter where and when, you can say goodbye to anxiety and stress with some dance moves. You can get into a zumba class, go for salsa with your other half or just show some moves on your favorite song to your siblings. As per different studies, dance is a quicker therapy for reducing anxiety than any other physical activity.


John and Sophie are happily married couple with 2 kids. They enjoy outdoor activities together and healthy eating. Their love for trampolines is eternal and they believe that they are both fun and a healthy exercise. They ritually write on Trampolines Co.

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As my friend was passing the elephants, he suddenly stopped, confused by the fact that these huge creatures were being held by only a small rope tied to their front leg. No chains, no cages. It was obvious that the elephants could, at anytime, break away from the ropes they were tied to but for some reason, they did not. My friend saw a trainer nearby and asked why these beautiful, magnificent animals just stood there and made no attempt to get away.

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