Our Pain Perception About Exercising

Our pain perception about an upcoming exercise activity greatly affects our tolerance levels during the it, as per a study conducted by researchers at the University of Southern Denmark.

It is a known fact that exercising regularly provides a natural high, with feel good chemicals like endorphins and endocannabinoids surging inside your mind and body. What is not known is that our prior expectation about our exercise dominating our entire experience of it.

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  • A good, positive expectation about exercise ends up benefiting the activity and our pain tolerance levels.
  • Just by using our thoughts and beliefs, we end up having real, physical, hormonal and chemical changes in our body.
  • The mind, surprisingly, can override the body, something which is true both for good and bad thoughts.
  • If you don’t believe that exercise relieves pain or is good for you, it won’t be.

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