Exercise More Effective for Depression and Anxiety Than Medication: Study

Exercise is an effective method for managing symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress across numerous populations. While the benefits of exercise are generally recognized for physical health, they are often overlooked in the management of mental health disorders.
One out of every eight people worldwide has a mental health disorder. These disorders are commonly treated with antidepressants. For some patients, antidepressant medications may have undesirable side effects, such as gastrointestinal disorders, loss of sex drive, and weight gain.
Due to potential side effects, the cost of medications, and difficulties in finding the right medication, many with mental health issues such as depression or anxiety may seek alternative treatment options….

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