Saturday, 26 January 2019
Exercise DOES beat depression
Scientists have found some concrete evidence that exercising a little bit every day does reduce depression symptoms and boost overall mood.
For years, studies have found a connection between working out and lower depression risk - we all know exercise releases endorphins and endorphins make you happy.
But until now, there was no evidence to show a causal relationship when it came to depression - whether physical activity really did affect the condition, or simply that people with depression exercised less.