Exercise is one of the best remedies for stressful lives, serving as a vital pillar for optimal health.
There are so many different new exercise types and options that can all lead to healthy lives, but Pilates has been around for a number of decades, that makes us feel in tip top shape.
Physically, we all know the benefits of Pilates. Pilates builds helps us build a strong core, and improves our pliability. After every Pilates session, we leave with a feel-good factor. This feel good factor may stem from a sense of achievement, or from that physical strength you have been working on in that last hour class. But Pilates has mental health benefits too, which also influence those feel good factors. Pilates improves our brain growth.
Most of us get too involved and engrossed in how we look, we exercise to change and sculpt the wat we look, but more often that not, we forget about our mental health.
So how is Pilates even remotely linked to the betterment of our mental health? Pilates benefits our human brain. Pilates involves a lot of cognition; thinking, reasoning and remembering the exercise practice. With constant practice, and constantly triggering and challenging ourselves, our hippocampus continues to grow.
Pilates produces physical changes in our brains and with frequent Pilates classes, we will improve our brain growth, and become more alert, in other words Pilates boosts are brains, and of course when this happens, we feel more alert, we feel happier, and we can improve our mental health being.