Do you struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health concerns?
Finding an effective treatment can feel like an uphill battle. The good news is, there’s a solution that’s been around for centuries and can help with all of these things: exercise.
Studies have shown that exercise can increase endorphin levels in the brain and reduce levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which can help improve your mood, reduce anxiety, and alleviate symptoms of depression.
But who has time to go to the gym every day? And how are you supposed to muster up your energy when you’re feeling down?
We know how hard it is to stick to a routine when you’re feeling overwhelmed by life.
That’s why we created Exerpy—to make it easy for you to turn exercise into a habit that works for your schedule, lifestyle, and current mood.
What is Exerpy?
Exerpy stands for exercise therapy. We are the first company that specifically uses exercise and fitness as a therapy solely to assist people with mental health concerns. While seemingly every fitness company focuses on either losing fat, building muscle, or a combination of both, Exerpy focuses on using exercise as a tool to bring improvement to your mental health and well-being first above anything else.
Our highly dedicated and compassionate staff will create customized exercise therapy programs for you while taking your current physical fitness levels into consideration. These exercise therapy programs will elevate the feel-good chemicals in your brain in hopes to bring you relief from depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns
We know that when you’re feeling depressed and/or anxious, exercise is probably the last thing that’s on your mind. Exerpy will be there with you every step of the way, and even the smallest baby step is a step in the right direction. Video examples of each and every exercise are included with your exercise therapy program so that you won’t be confused how to do them.
Exercise therapy is one of the most potent yet underutilized ways to combat depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns.
Exercise is scientifically proven to release endorphins, serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. These are the feel-good neurotransmitters that play a large role in regulating your mood.
Exercise therapy is as effective as antidepressant medication and psychotherapy in relieving symptoms of mild to moderate depression.
Exercise therapy can be used effectively to alleviate long-term depression and prevent relapses from occurring.