CLOCK YOUR WAY TO WELLNESS
It’s about time you follow these steps to improve your mental health
While you’re in the great outdoors, do something to up your heart rate. A study in the journal Environmental ScienceandTechnology says that just a short burst of exercise in a green space can benefit your mental health, improve mood and boost self-esteem.
In a study from the University of Sussex, people were given stressful tasks and told to do one “relaxing” activity: Reading, listening to music, having a hot drink or playing a video game. When stress-inducing cortisol in individuals’ blood was measured, it was discovered that the readers’ levels had dropped the most — by
68 per cent.
Kate Hudson loves cycling and incorporates it in her workouts
The world’s fastest man Usain Bolt loves listening to reggae, hip hop and pop music Snap CEO Evan Spiegel enjoys arranging flowers — English garden roses are his favourite