Updated: Nov 17
BY LILIA RAHROUH
Exercise is often recognized for its positive impact on fitness; however, people tend to overlook the impact that mental and physical health have on each other. Working out early in the morning is especially beneficial as it helps to start the day off on a strong note. Physical activity heavily contributes to one's overall mental well-being. There have been numerous studies which demonstrated the relationship between exercise and improved mood, cognitive function and energy levels. This is why it can be very beneficial for everyone, but particularly those with ADHD, to begin working out regularly.
An uplifting workout in the morning can serve as a source of physical stimulation for those with ADHD. This can contribute to enhanced focus and memory throughout the day. Moreover, a regular workout schedule can improve self-esteem by providing a feeling of achievement. Increased self-confidence and energy levels can give rise to a more productive and overall pleasant day.