It's a popular meme among millennials that we don't take care of our health. From sleeping late to skipping breakfasts and hoarding on lunch, and hours spent sitting with minimal physical activity, we should really be looking towards making our lives sustainable not just financially but physically as well.
Studies have shown that working out regularly helps with depression. But it's not like your running from your problems.
While there is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to mental health and physical health, we should think about what we are doing to our bodies and how it will affect us in the decades to come. Neglecting ourselves has little benefit apart from the instant-gratification one gets from procrastinating. Remember, the robots are right around the corner and they probably won't need to hit the gym.
– Rumman R Kalam, In-charge, SHOUT