Exercise well to live a healthiest life, claim researchers. From the findings of a recently led U. S. study, researchers have found that exercising regularly helps in keeping the people with heart diseases healthy and moreover it also easies the stress and relief the patients, who are depressed.
One can also say that exercising and medication has similar benefits over the depression symptoms of the patients and thus experts are recommending a regular exercising routine for people to stay healthier in their lives.
Researchers have written their above findings in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. They have explained that 101 heart patients in the study, who showed signs of depression too, were divided in two groups, one, which was made to exercise for 90 minutes per week and other, which was given Zoloft to ease the condition.
Both the groups have showed significant improvements as compared to the participants, who were assigned to drug-free placebo pills.
Mr. Alan Rozanski, who wrote an editorial accompanying the study, urged that exercising can serve with innumerable benefits. He insisted that the physical activities if taken seriously can serve as a potent tool on the shelf in the fight against depression in heart patients.
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