Exercise has been demonstrated to boost mood and reduce emotions of despair, stress and anxiety. It causes alterations in the areas of the brain that control stress and fear. It can also enhance brain sensitivity to the neurotransmitter’s serotonin and norepinephrine, which helps alleviate depressive symptoms.
A lower calorie intake when dieting lowers your metabolic rate. It might potentially postpone weight reduction. Regular exercise, on the other hand, has been demonstrated to raise your metabolic rate, to help you lose weight by burning more calories.