The very activity that will ease the symptoms of an illness can often be the hardest of all to do. This is very much the case when it comes to exercise and depression. Depression is often accompanied by feelings of fatigue, which means exercise is pushed to the bottom of the list of things to do. When experiencing low moods and tiredness, very few people will want to take a brisk walk in the sunshine or head to the gym to work up a sweat. Effectiveness of Exercise in the Treatment of Depression The Department of Health reports “At least
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