Chinese people have a saying " when you're ill, go and fly a kite, " meaning that when you don't feel good, get out in the fresh air and get moving. I am a big fan of exercise, and walk a couple of times a day, as well as cycle to and from work. I have found that regular exercise, aside from keeping your body healthy, is also good for the production and release of endorphins (feel good hormones) the metabolism of food to create energy, blood circulation, and the clearing of your head. Being out in fresh air also helps your immune system to strengthen, and the sunlight is also good for the production of endorphins and the stimulation of the pineal gland. Basically, all things which help you to feel good, and which improves your point of attraction.
This is a timely post since I just asked someone else this yesterday. Has anyone here ever had the experience where you get super depressed after exercising? I have had this happen on a number of occasions. It’s not consistent and usually happens when I go out and do some hard exercise after not working out for awhile. It’s pretty dramatic when it does happen, and usually takes me out for a day. I always thought a surge of endorphins was suppose to make you feel good, but in my case it seems the opposite. Thoughts here??
I need to exercise more!