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Carrie Underwood Working Out Improves her Mental Health

Carrie Underwood: Working Out Improves her Mental Health

Singer, songwriter, actress and American Idol alumni Carrie Underwood says, working out helps to improve her mental health.

Continue on to get the latest from Carrie Underwood is in a much “better mood” after she does her daily work out routine, says her husband Mike Fisher. Read on for more on Carrie Underwood Working Out Improves her Mental Health…

Carrie Underwood Working Out Improves her Mental Health

CelebNHealth247.com has the latest from the ‘Before He Cheats’ hitmaker who stays healthy by working out on the regular.

Carrie Underwood told the Huffington Post:

My husband has said on many occasions, ‘You’re just better in your day when you work out. You’re healthier. You’re in a better mood.’ I’m like, ‘I know!’ I feel like I’m better with my kids. I’m more patient. I’ve gotten out some pent-up energy. I feel like I’ve accomplished something, which is important to me. There’s no negatives that come out of working out for me: I know that I will live longer. This machine will last longer because of how I’ve treated it. It’s one of those things I do for me. I don’t have time to get massages all the time or facials all the time. We don’t really go on long vacations to crazy places. But if I can get 30 minutes to an hour in the mornings five days a week … That’s all I need.

Carrie also admitted that she takes time to “cry for no reason” since she has become a mother.

The country confessed:

Sometimes I feel like I just need to cry, for no reason, and there’s not anything that happened. I’ve learned to be OK with that, whereas five or 10 years ago I would have been like, ‘Oh my God, something’s wrong with me!’ I called my mom and said ‘I need to schedule myself a cry, is that weird?’

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