The True Cost Of Poor Mental Health And How Fitness Can Help

We have had those days where we might feel a little low and anxious

Life becomes overwhelming and we feel like crawling into a corner and not talking to anybody.

And hey, it’s cool to have some ‘me’ time where you can work on yourself

But it can come at a cost when we let ourselves dwell for long periods.

Here are a couple of quick-fire things that have worked for me, when trying to get out of a rut:

1. Instead of diving into the takeaway foods and chocolate, go for a walk with your favorite music or positive podcast. Fresh air and some good tunes can go a long way to changing the way you feel.


2. Create fun alcohol-free memories with friends instead of giving yourself a 3-day hangover. Try mini putt putt, go for a surf, play tennis, hike, golf, or go exploring on a hike. These are some of my most prized memories.


3. Join a local gym, sporting team, or attend a community event and surround yourself with positive people with great leadership qualities. 

If you want to save money and build happy memories through better choices.

Start by turning a bad day into positive action.

P.s. Have you seen our 28-Day Mind & Body Challenge? 

Written by Luke Nivison-Smith, Coach and Owner of Movement Innovation. Our Studio is Located near Burleigh.