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2. Exercise

2. Exercise

Studies have shown that exercising your body has positive effects on brain function, anxiety, self-image and recovery from addiction. Exercising your body helps in good circulation of the blood round the body. It doesn't have to be an intense workout, but getting your heart rate up and moving for at least twenty minutes a day makes a world of difference for your mental health.

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