Risk Of Depression

According to a new data meta-analysis study, even the smallest amount of exercise, such as a short, brisk walk, can significantly reduce the risk of depression.According to a journal article published Wednesday in JAMA Psychiatry, 15 peer-reviewed studies involving over 190,000 people on depression reduction and its association with exercise were examined.

More evidence that exercise can boost mood - Harvard Health

The study discovered that an average of 1.25 hours of walking per week reduced the risk of depression by 18% when compared to people who did not exercise.The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends 2.5 hours of moderate-intensity aerobic activity per week, such as a walk. It also includes a twice-week workout of all major muscle groups.”Our findings have important new implications for health practitioners making lifestyle recommendations, particularly to inactive individuals who may perceive the current recommended target (of exercise) as unrealistic,” wrote the authors.

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