Low-Intensity Exercise: A Powerful Tool Against Depression

A study by Anglia Ruskin University found that low-to-moderate exercise can lower depression risk by 23%.

Physical activity also reduces anxiety risk by 26% and severe mental disorder risk by 27%.

Walking and golf are excellent examples of low-intensity exercises that benefit mental well-being.

Lead researcher Lee Smith emphasizes the accessibility and effectiveness of low-intensity exercise.

Encouraging physical activity could be a crucial strategy to combat rising depression rates.

The study highlights the importance of incorporating exercise into daily routines for better mental health.

Low-intensity exercise offers a simple yet powerful way to protect against depression and anxiety.

This research underscores the mind-body connection and the positive impact of exercise on mental well-being.

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