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Exercise Boosts Antidepressant Response

Wednesday, 07 November 2018 04:48 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Many studies have documented the benefits of physical exercise in reducing symptoms of depression, as well as the effectiveness of antidepressant medications.

Findings published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society now point to the benefits of combining physical exercise and antidepressants in people 75 and older.

Researchers at the University of Genoa in Italy assigned research subjects to one of three groups: antidepressants alone, antidepressants plus low-intensity exercise, or antidepressants plus high-intensity exercise.

All of the research volunteers also took an antidepressant during the study. Volunteers who took the antidepressant and exercised experienced significantly less depression than those who only took the antidepressant medicine.

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