Four quick fixes for fighting off weight gain, fatigue, and depression this season.
Sweat it Out
“Inactivity hurts anyone prone to mood problems,” Josephson says. “Activities that make you feel accomplished or productive are helpful.” The effect of exercise on mood is well documented. Running, for example, has been scientifically proven to flood the brain with mood-boosting endorphins. “You have to exercise every day if you want to see an effect on depression,” Josephson says.
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