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Depression - an exercise deficiency - connected to faulty anti-aging modalities.

By hkugler at Sept. 13, 2017, 7:08 a.m., 5262 hits

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Data presented by Dr. John Greist, Wisconsin University, and H. C. Brown, North West University at the ACSM meetings, made it clear that depression should be classified as an exercise-deficiency disease. Test scores documented that when patients followed the basic ACSM minimum exercise guidelines, depression disappeared in 80 - 90% of people.
In studying the effect of exercise on depression, Dr. Greist used the SCL-90 Depression Score to define the degree of depression. As shown in the graph below (sorry, not able to copy graph, but it's reproduced in the reference given below), a student who suffered from depression quickly improved after starting an exercise program. She jogged for twenty to thirty minutes, three times a week. When the student tripped and fell during jogging, unable to continue jogging, depression re-appeared quickly. After some coaching, to do swimming instead of jogging, depression scores decreased once again.
Of note is the addition of nutritional counseling which decreased depression further to 90+%. Nutrition counselors have observed that people who suffer from depression often have a high intake of sugar. Amino acid ratios in the blood are affected by sugar, which then alters neurotransmitters in the brain and induces depression. Along with an exercise regimen that includes resistance exercise to build muscle (as buffer against sugar imbalances), one should focus on better nutrition via a drastic reduction in sugar intake.
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Posts [ 3 ] | Last post Sept. 13, 2017, 7:08 a.m.
#1 - Oct. 18, 2015, 8:13 p.m.
lance roll

Very true.I had personally experienced that whenever i exercise or do yoga,my mood gets lightens,calm,energetic and depression free.

#2 - Nov. 5, 2015, 8:17 a.m.

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#3 - Sept. 13, 2017, 7:08 a.m.
carolinewarren

Major causes of depression are employment problems, abusive relationships, drug and alcohol, suicidal thoughts or attempts. It can be treated with medication, psychotherapy, or both. Recently my friend told me about some consultants like voyance direct who helps to cope up with depression with all compassion and love. Routine exercise, avoiding alcohol and drug can help keep depression under control.