Exercising three times a week cuts depression risk

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A new study about exercising has demonstrated that the people who are physically active are the one who likely stay away from depression.

A study that was conducted at the University College London (UCL), told that the people who increase their weekly activity said that they have fewer depression symptoms but those with more depressive are less active and precisely at younger ages.

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The research was done on 11,135 people who are born on 1958, until the age of 50, record the symptoms and the ranges of physical activity often in their adulthood. In England, about 19 percent of women were currently labeled as inactive, and this research has suggested that this activity could improvise their mental as well as physical health.

The leading author of this study, Dr Snehal Printo Pererira said that the leisure time physical activity had a protective effect against depression. Their study says that if an adult is in between thirties and fourties, is not active physically and becomes active thrice a week, there is more probability that they would reduce their depression approximately by 16 percent. Thus it is proved that one need to do exercise thrice to escape depression.

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