Exercise with Medication for Depression shows No Signs of Improvement

Exercise with Medication for Depression shows No Signs of Improvement

Mumbai : India | Jun 07, 2012 at 6:42 AM PDT
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June 7, 2012: The researchers have found that the combination of exercise and the conventional treatment for depression shows no improvement in recovery of patients suffering from depression. As per the study funded by National Health Service (NHS), there was no difference in two groups of patients a year later, even after a group was helped by researchers to boost their activity levels apart from receiving anti-depressant. This research was conducted as well as funded under a government supported programme – National Institute for Health Research.


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