Staying active is a great way to improve your mood, release positive endorphins, stay in shape and get some fresh air. Social anxiety disorder can be crippling for many people, and it is largely based on hormonal imbalances and psychological factors, many of which can be positively impacted by regular exercise. Social anxiety disorder is often linked with depression or depressive symptoms, and there is a direct connection between exercise and overcoming these types of feelings. Exercise also boosts self-confidence, which is often lacking for someone with Social Anxiety Disorder.
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