The impact of exercise and sleep on depression varies by gender
from University of Michigan
For some people, getting enough exercise and quality sleep can alleviate depressive symptoms almost as effectively as antidepressants alone, research has shown. But a new University of Michigan study suggests that exercise and sleep impact depression differently in men and women. Principal investigator Weiyun Chen, an associate professor of kinesiology, and first author Ana Cahuas looked at exercise and sleep patterns in more than 1,100 college students at Beijing University.
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