Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful periods in a person's life. Whether you have been married for two or 25 years, separation and divorce can take a toll on your emotional and physical health.
Some people turn to "comfort" food, alcohol, or drugs to try to make themselves feel better; others seek new romance before they're really ready for it to avoid the blues. There is something you can do to help alleviate divorce-related stress, insomnia, weight-gain or loss, and fatigue. It's inexpensive, safe (if practiced correctly), and it's actually good for you. What is this miracle? Exercise!
You probably have a million reasons not to exercise: "I have no time," "It's boring," "I hate to sweat," and "I'm too fat" are some popular excuses. But the truth is, you can make time for anything that's truly important to you
Discover the healing benefits of exercise and what kind is right for you. Start here:
- Benefits of Exercising
- Getting Started
- Which Exercise Program is Right for You?
- Healthy Food Choices
Benefits of Exercising
When you get right down to it, keeping your mind, body, and soul healthy during and after a divorce is your responsibility