If you’re thinking about getting fit, there are a few things you should keep in mind, according to a recent study by a group of Australian researchers.
The researchers found that more than 90% of people surveyed said they were unable to maintain their current level of activity and fitness in 2018.
While they found that fitness can be good for the body, the researchers also found that physical activity had little impact on mental health.
“The key takeaway is that there is a clear link between increased physical activity and a reduction in mental health,” said lead researcher Professor Tim Fenton.
The research found that the most important factors that affected people’s mental health were the number of people in their social group, the quality of their daily life, and how well they managed their stress levels.
“A lot of the research into physical activity has been conducted by looking at people with chronic illnesses like heart disease, depression and Parkinson’s disease,” Professor Fenton said.
“But there is also evidence that it can be beneficial for the mind and mood.”
Professor Fenton and his colleagues also found the best ways to increase physical activity were to increase the number and quality of physical activities.
“There’s a whole range of things that can increase physical exercise in terms of calories burned, so getting people into a physical activity programme could be beneficial in terms.
of stress reduction,” Professor Tom Maitland said.
Professor Maitlands research focuses on physical activity in the context of mental health and wellbeing, and suggests that more and more Australians are putting mental health at the top of their health priorities.
“We have a population that is under pressure to cope with chronic health conditions,” he said.”[We] need to be aware that it is not just about physical activity, but also the quality and quantity of physical activity we get into our life.”
Professor Maintland is part of the team that conducted the study and says that a lack of physical exercise can actually make it harder for people to meet their physical fitness targets.
“If we don’t get physically active, the chances are that people are going to be at greater risk of mental illness and that is just a really serious concern,” he told The Australian.
Professor Fournier, of the Centre for Physical Activity Research, also thinks physical activity is important.
“I think physical activity makes a huge difference in the quality or quantity of your life,” he says.
When you think about it, it makes sense to get out of the house and do something physical, because it’s good for your brain.””
People who are able to do it consistently, and are doing it with their whole body, I think, are going.”
When you think about it, it makes sense to get out of the house and do something physical, because it’s good for your brain.
“The researchers also recommend that you make a list of activities that you’re going to do each day, and also keep track of your health and fitness goals.
Professor Tom Maintlands and Professor Tim H. Fenton are co-authors of the paper.