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Carrie Underwood: Working out helps my mental health

Carrie Underwood says working out helps to improve her mental health.
The ‘Before He Cheats’ hitmaker’s husband Mike Fisher thinks she’s in a much "better mood" after she does her daily work out routine.
She told the Huffington Post newspaper: "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."
Meanwhile, Carrie previously confessed she makes time to "cry for no reason" since she has become a mother.
She admitted: "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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