This Is the Best Workout for Alleviating Anxiety, According to a Neurologist

For those of us living with chronic anxiety, the mental, emotional, and physical symptoms can be totally debilitating. We know that things like adequate hydration, a healthy diet, regular meditation, and consistent sleep patterns all contribute to our mental and physical health. And we also know exercise can play a massive role. It releases endorphins, promotes a more positive mood, and, according to a study published in The Journal of Neuroscience, can even prevent us from experiencing future anxiety. (Yep, we'll take it. Positive mental health effects are the ultimate motivation to head to our weekly yoga class or lace up our running shoes.)

Head over to MindBodyGreen to read the full article. Next, read up on six morning rituals that can help anxiety.