Exercise has been shown to offer a variety of benefits for people. This not only includes the obvious health advantages, but also in areas of mental health (depression and anxiety), stress reduction, sleep challenges, socialization, and even networking for business.  A study released in the Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise found it could help those diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The study found that “exercise transiently enhances motivation for cognitive tasks, increases feelings of energy, and reduces feelings of confusion, fatigue, and depression.” However, it did not seem to impact behavioral concerns associated with ADHD. click for more