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Depression

Exercise A Treatment For Depression?

15 years ago

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Posted on Feb 17, 2004, 4 a.m. By Bill Freeman

In what is a fast paced and stressful world, the occasional instance of depression must seem almost a part of life. ANDREW McCALLUM shows how exercise can help. A case of depressed mood can be brought on by an episode as simple as a terrible day at work or even a friend's cold shoulder. Sometimes we experience low self-esteem, feelings of guilt and hostility for no reason at all.

In what is a fast paced and stressful world, the occasional instance of depression must seem almost a part of life. ANDREW McCALLUM shows how exercise can help. A case of depressed mood can be brought on by an episode as simple as a terrible day at work or even a friend's cold shoulder. Sometimes we experience low self-esteem, feelings of guilt and hostility for no reason at all. Most of the time, these feelings simply wear off and we get on with life. However for some people, such feelings aren't easily dispensed with, they persist for days and weeks at a time, interfering with their capacity to function effectively.

Source: http://xtramsn.co.nz/health/0,,8230-3053718,00.html



[Editor: The preceding article was not written by A4M/WHN]

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