Power Your Walk

“Keep your face toward the sun, and shadows will fall behind you.”

Walking increases blood flow to the brain and improves your mood.

The Mayo Clinic also has evidence that exercise positively affects the levels of certain mood-enhancing neurotransmitters in the brain. Exercise may also boost feel-good endorphins, release tension in muscles, help you sleep better and reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

Join the Mason County Health Coalition for our first community health walk of the year!

What motivates you to walk? #PowerYourWalk


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