If the pressures of everyday life are getting to you and you can't seem to shake your anxieties.
If you do this every day for a month, you should feel much less stressed, says Westlund.
But she also claims that regular walks have a more direct effect on sleep quality.
"Physical activities help our body to boost the impact of melatonin, a sleep hormone," Hamilton says.
You will "find yourself bursting with energy" after a month of regular walks, says Westlund, since the exercise
"You'll feel invigorated, revitalized, and ready to take on the world," she promises. To the contrary,
It might be challenging to maintain a regular walking routine while suffering from joint discomfort.
An expert in orthopedic physical therapy, Dave Candy, PT, tells Best Life that doing so even for a month may make a world of difference.