How Can Exercise Or Lifestyle Help My Anxiety Disorder?

Question: How can exercise or lifestyle help my anxiety disorder?

Answer: Exercise and lifestyle choices are very important and affect your anxiety, depression, and overall health. We recommend regular aerobic exercise, usually at least three times a week, to help manage stress, anxiety, depression, and help you sleep. In general, a healthy lifestyle is also gonna help you handle stress and anxiety. They may not impact a specific anxiety disorder, but they will help you feel better overall.

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