well the answer is very easy when you do your exercises you'll refresh your mind and your body so you'll be able to get over your problems and you'll be mentaly healthy
It's scientifically proven that exercise strenghtens the connections between the mind and the body. Also participating in exercise gives you a chance to think of new ways of exercising, not to mention the activity itself will clear your mind of all stress and anxiety. To be creative you need inspiration, and a run through a forest of sorts will give you the chance to do so. Well thats what i do anyway.
Yoga inversions are supposed to help with thinking. By putting yourself in an upside down position all of the blood rushes to your head. Also by being upside down it's supposed to give you a different perspective of the world, which could help with creativity.
by Sriparna 6 years ago
What is the difference between logical thinking and creative thinking?Logical thinking and creative thinking are two different things. What do you think the difference is? Was Sherlock Holmes logical or creative while he solved mysteries? Would love to read your perspectives.
by perfectperception 6 years ago
Creative thinking and confidence. How have they worked in your favor?
by Meggan Dunn 3 years ago
Are you working in a career that doesn't allow creative thinking?If you feel you have a creative soul, how do you cope?
by cjhunsinger 4 years ago
For most theists the idea of evolution is a contradiction to the supremacy of a god and the creative powers bestowed upon it. For the Atheist the claim of a creative god violates the current capacity of humanity to reason. That is not to say, that 25,000 years to the advent of modern science...
by Sondra 6 years ago
Are there any exercises a man can do to help him GAIN weight - to bulk up rather than slim down?
by pisean282311 8 years ago
what is take of your religion on aliens?
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