That way they get so excited by the simple idea of fresh air and walks. The way they love so much running, put their blood flowingthrough his veins.
Whether they live on a farm surrounded by fields, or in the city, on top of an apartment building, they need to exercise. This desire is born to them deep into their ownnatures. An active dog is a happy dog. But if, on the other side, you keep a dog locked inside the house 24 hours a day, if you fail to take them for a walk, or if you never throw a stick or a ball for thechase, he soon will completely miserable. His behavior will change. It may even eventually get sick. What was once a cheerful and energetic animal, will become a nervous and sad pet.
Those of uswith high levels of anxiety and suffer from panic attacks, we can learn from the happy and sad dogs in the world.
By nature, we are not sedentary creatures, only our lifestyles put us like this. Weused to hunt, gather food, walk to the river to fetch water and carry firewood to light the fire.
It is no longer the case.
These days, many of us spend their days sitting in front of thescreens of our computers, and spent the nights on the couch in front of the TV stations. If we need to go somewhere, drive or take the bus or subway. We have become so accustomed to not exercise that we donot even realize that our inaction is hurting us both physically and emotionally.
We realize how we are becoming that poor dog locked up at home. The simple act of exercise is one of most powerfulweapons as they have against anxiety.
Exercise releases adrenaline and all that that tension accumulated in your body, the same ones that might otherwise take to have a panicattack! If you have not exercised for some time, you will be surprised to see how relaxed you feel afterwards.
Exercise improves blood circulation to your brain and stimulates the release of natural...