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TIME
4 days ago
There are signs that people are now chasing the mental-health benefits of exercise even more than the physical ones
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@FriedmanJas
jas friedman
4 days ago
@TIME It's linked. Poor mental health can lead to poor physical health and vice versa
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@teresa_peltz
teresa peltz
4 days ago
@TIME what's is that new in that?It is almost always like that. Ancient greek culture known about very well and also other ancient tribes in Asia. The soul and the mind are in the body indeed!
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@Nick_Carmody
Nick Carmody JD, MS Psych
4 days ago
@Nick_Carmody
Nick Carmody JD, MS Psych
17 days ago
Physicality is also an important consideration from an evolutionary standpoint. Over the course of thousands of generations, humans have evolved to manage their anxiety/depression through physical activity: Our fight or flight response. 4/
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@Nick_Carmody
Nick Carmody JD, MS Psych
4 days ago
@TIME We discussed the role of exercise on mental in great detail here:
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Justin West
14 days ago
Had a fantastic and deeply moving conversation with @Nick_Carmody on the Forging Excalibur podcast. We spoke about masculinity, mental health, and the disenfranchisement of men through disconnection from purpose. Find it at
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