Exercise, the 'Best Antidepressant,' Also Prevents Heart Disease

Exercise, the 'Best Antidepressant,' Also Prevents Heart Disease

Depression raises the risk of heart disease in people who haven't had a history of cardiovascular problems. For those who have already been diagnosed with heart disease, depression raises their mortality risk. In fact, some studies have revealed that people with depression are at high risk of arrhythmia. Others, meanwhile, have pointed out that people who develop depression after being diagnosed with heart disease are twice as likely to die from it. So, what can be done to prevent this bleak scenario? The solution might lie in exercising more, say researchers, as studies have continuously pointed out that in some...

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