Latest guidelines on treatment of depression

Depression is one of the leading cause of disabilities, which results in great costs to health care systems, the society and the individuals. According to the National Institute of Mental Health In the United States, more than 20% of adults experience MDD in their lifetime, with around 10% experiencing it per year. In 2020, an estimated 21 million adults in the United States were had suffered or continued to suffer from a minimum of one mental health episode.

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Exercise More Effective Than Meds For Depression

It doesn’t take much for exercise to make a positive change to mental health; a study mentions about the effect of physical movement on depression. Choosing any any type of physical activity, such as yoga, pilates, walking and resistance training were found to achieve great benefits. The study recorded that regular physical activity was 1.5 times more effective than leading medication.

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