One hour of exercise a week can prevent depression

Good news! A recent study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry has revealed that regular exercise (as little as one hour a week, any intensity) can prevent development of depression! The results from the study show that even small amounts of exercise can protect against depression, with mental health benefits seen regardless of age or gender. […]

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Exercise shown to be an effective strategy to cope with depression

There are several studies that suggest exercise to be an effective strategy to cope with depression. Why? Exercise has been consistently shown to be associated with improved physical health, life satisfaction, cognitive functioning, and psychological well-being. On the other hand, lack of exercise seems to be associated with development of psychological disorders. Depression is one of the most […]

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