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Health Tips / Exercise
Regular exercise has many proven benefits for your physical, mental and emotional health. Exercising can help you feel better right now and for years to come. It can even help you live longer.
There are many types of exercise to choose from. No matter what your age, fitness level or health issues, you can find activities you enjoy. Before starting to exercise, ask your primary care provider (PCP):
- What kind of exercises would be best for you
- How often you should exercise
- How hard you should exercise
The effort it takes to exercise can make it hard to stick with over time. HPSM designed this guide to help you make staying active easy and fun.