Improving MentaL Health
Optimum has many programs to help overcome a whole range of health conditions. None are as important as our mental health program. Exercise has been proven as one of the best ways to cope with mental health issues.
As little as 30 minutes of exercise, 3 times per week can begin to have an effect on mental health.
Reach your mental health Goals with Optimum
Optimum will create a personalised program designed to reduce stress, anxiety and symptoms of depression along with improvements in sleep.
Exercise improves your mood by releasing endorphins, these make you feel happy and positive. Exercising regularly will also release tension, makes you proud of your achievements and improves your physical appearance, further increasing confidence.
Improve brain power & self-discipline
Exercise will help to create more brain cells and neural connections. By sticking to an exercise program this develops discipline, dedication and determination. This leads to self-discipline through development of compliance skills. These will transcend into all areas of life.
Recover from addiction
Exercise can help with recovery from addiction helping to stabilise chemical imbalances. Endorphins (or ‘happy chemicals’) are released when you exercise replacing your reliance on artificial stimulants which have negative physical and mental side effects.
Through exercise, you will learn to relax over time. You will experience the euphoric ‘runner’s high’ and you’ll eventually learn to love exercise. Exercise boosts your concentration, enabling you to remain sharp and diligent, to become higher performing and more effective.
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