Effects of physical exercise on depressive symptoms and biomarkers in depression.

@article{Archer2014EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of physical exercise on depressive symptoms and biomarkers in depression.},
  author={Trevor Archer and Torbjorn Josefsson and Magnus Lindwall},
  journal={CNS \& neurological disorders drug targets},
  year={2014},
  volume={13 10},
  pages={
          1640-53
        }
}
Regular physical exercise/activity has been shown repeatedly to promote positive benefits in cognitive, emotional and motor domains concomitant with reductions in distress and negative affect. It exerts a preventative role in anxiety and depressive states and facilitates psychological well-being in both adolescents and adults. Not least, several meta-analyses attest to improvements brought about by exercise. In the present treatise, the beneficial effects of exercise upon cognitive, executive… 
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