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Any level of exercise will raise your endorphins. Feeling down? Go for a walk, march in place for a few minutes, do some jumping jacks. It all helps. emoticon

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  • Good info. Thanks. - by LEANMEAN2
  • thanks - by SJKENT1
    Thanks for sharing. - by BANNERMAN
  • I know all the good stuff just wish I would or could apply it to my daily routine. - by HYATTI1
    I call exercise my "happiness pill" - by VAINVT
    Thanks so much for such great info. emoticon emoticon - by LOVINGKATE
  • yeap - by MARYELA
  • As a person who has serious ongoing depression, I find my most challenging exercise in the day is lifting myself out of bed in the morning. Lol - by EBONYSOL
  • Great info - by DELLMEL
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    Thanks, I just start walking my dog again. I feel much better after that. - by CEJA631111
  • Great reminder! Thanks. I'm going to get a emoticon ! - by J2740LOU
  • Thanks for the reminder! - by ROBB1N
  • Watching the grandkids today, so limited time. I tried one of the short cardio videos w/Coach Nicole: 11 minute seated cardio. Every little bit counts! 79 calories torched! YAY! emoticon - by NANFITGRAN
  • emoticon - by FRAN0426
  • Great advice! - by SNIC23
  • Thanks..I need this reminder! - by PYNETREE
    so true - by LCRUMLEY81
  • Sometimes I hop on the treadmill for 5 minutes to perk up.
    - by WATCHINW8
  • emoticon - by BARBALVA
    Great tip and way to get extra minutes in! - by SHANNONY84
  • Good tip! - by MANDAMYMANDA
  • Exercise is any day better than going 4 eating when depressed or otherwise. - by JAMBUTTER

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