Lowers Risk of Depression Risk At All Ages

If you don't have enough motivation to get up and get moving, you may want to reconsider. 

The correlation between exercise and mental health are always being studied and some new research shows that exercising can help prevent and manage depression at any age!

Researchers compiled information from 46 different studies with 266,000 people on 4 different continents. 

You can find more information in the article below:

The study shows that people who completed 150 minutes a week of exercise were less likely to develop depression compared to those who didn't exercise. And the exercise can be something as simple as a brisk walk!

This is really interesting Ted Talk I saw a few weeks back. We all want to know what makes a good and happy life, right? If you said "No" you're lying, work on that. But this is the LONGEST study on happiness - you'll see how easy it is to be happy after this.

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