Can Exercise Prevent Depression? Here´s What the Science Says
But does exercise actually prevent depression, or are people who don’t have depression simply more likely to be active?
A new study, published in JAMA Psychiatry, sheds some light on that question. Using genetic data from more than 600,000 adults enrolled in multiple genomic association studies, researchers found “more evidence than ever before that physical activity does play an important, and likely causal, role in reducing risk for depression,” says Karmel Choi, a clinical and research fellow in psychiatric and neurodevelopmental genetics at Massachusetts General Hospital and a co-author of the study.
Autor / Fonte:Time