The New York Times reports that a review of by scientists of studies about exercise and depression showed that exercise, especially if it is moderately strenuous, such as brisk walking or jogging, and supervised, so that people complete the entire program, has a “large and significant effect” against depression, the authors wrote. People’s mental health tended to demonstrably improve if they were physically active. Read the rest of this article.
How Exercise Might Help Keep Depression at Bay
If You Have Depression, You Likely Aren’t Getting the Treatment You Need
The Business Insider reports that there are plenty of people out there with chronic pain and low energy and who walk around feeling terrible all the time. But it never occurs to them that they might be depressed. And our healthcare system doesn’t do a good job of connecting them with the screening or treatment that could help them feel better. Read the complete article.