Demystifying Depression/Why Moderate Exercise May Sometimes Help

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Why Moderate Exercise May Sometimes Help[edit]

A moderate amounts of aerobic exercise seem to help many depressed and healthy individuals.


At last, a word of advice. If you think you have a depression, you should seek professional help. It might be tempting for some people to try to exercise their way out of a depression, but chances are you might actually be making your condition worse. See next section for details.

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