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How does physical activity benefits your social health?


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2010-10-17 18:34:52
2010-10-17 18:34:52

Physical activity stimulates the "happy chemicals" in your body and makes you more likely to talk or interact with people. When you are exercising you normally feel exited, until you are tired that is. Social health can rise with the more physical activity done.

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