When it comes to exhaustion, people usually don’t think of working out as the cure, but one University of Georgia study found that regularly engaging in low-intensity exercise can significantly decrease fatigue.
“Too often we believe that a quick workout will leave us worn out — especially when we are already feeling fatigued,” Tim Puetz, researcher and lead author of the study, said in a press release. “However, we have shown that regular exercise can actually go a long way in increasing feelings of energy — particularly in sedentary individuals.”
It also doesn’t matter when you get your exercise in, as long as you do it.
“Whether it’s first thing or over your lunch break, people who exercise during the day have better energy, but also have better creativity, critical thinking and problem solving,” said Michelle Cederberg, certified exercise physiologist. “A 15-minute walk or run will increase circulation and boost endorphins.”
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