Life Coach Session: Run for your life
Do you believe that running can be therapeutic?
Physical activity has been proven to be extremely beneficial in a multitude of ways, but there is something unique about the experience of running that provides unique benefits.
The best breath to take after a long run is always the first deep one. The realisation that, even though it sort of terrible, it was also kind of great, is followed by a sigh.
According to research, a 30-minute treadmill session can significantly improve a severe depressive disorder patient’s mood. Additionally, runners have been shown to be happy and have far lower rates of depression than the overall population.
It has been demonstrated that running considerably enhances cardiovascular health. Regular jogging and other cardiovascular exercise can help prevent cancer, which is the second biggest cause of death.
Experience problems maintaining regular, restful sleep habits? Never fear, running will come to your rescue once more. Regular running has been shown to enhance our circadian rhythms, encouraging alertness during the day and drowsiness at night, according to research.
According to studies, running helps young people’s sleep, mood, and concentration.
You’ve probably heard of the phrase “runners high.” Actually, this phrase refers to a strongly supported condition brought on by the brain’s release of dopamine, noradrenaline, and serotonin. This is comparable to the brain’s reaction to drug use or other addictive behaviours. Running can provide a beneficial alternative for the brain’s ideal positive feedback loop.
It’s critical to clarify that running isn’t a substitute for treatment. Running is very therapeutic, but it shouldn’t be used in place of treatment; rather, it should be used as support. Some people will still need medicine or conversation therapy to resolve their current problems and recover.
I’m providing free life coach sessions to anyone who is interested in talking or sharing. I cannot promise that you will acquire morality, but I can promise that I will do my best to hear what you have to say.
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