"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2017, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part C
Depressed–Here is the solace-The Iron TherapyAuthor(s):
Dr. Alka Singh and Dr. Navin KumarAbstract:
With throat cutting competition in every walk of life, ever decreasing moral and ethical human values causing envy and jealousy, desperation to prove oneself better than others in every way is dangerously creating a huge pool of depressed and mentally sick individuals. The most painful part of it, a sufferer not even knows he is suffering from a illness and even if he manage to know, never talk of this with even his close friends and keeps himself trapped in the depression net. With over one million people suffering from Depression and some sort of mental illness, awareness and talking this at all platforms is the only way to defeat depression from before it takes whole world in its custody. Since the early 1900s, researchers have been interested in the association between exercise and depression. Early case studies concluded that, at least for some, moderate-intensity exercise should be beneficial for depression and result in a happier mood. Further, a relationship between physical work capacity (PWC) and depression appeared to exist, but the directional nature of this relationship could not be addressed via case and cross-sectional studies. However, researchers have remained interested in the antidepressant effects of exercise and more recently have utilized experimental designs to study this association.Pages: 142-144 | 1352 Views 313 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Alka Singh, Dr. Navin Kumar. Depressed–Here is the solace-The Iron Therapy. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2017;4(2):142-144.