The impact of exercise on suicide risk: examining pathways through depression, PTSD, and sleep in an inpatient sample of veterans.

@article{Davidson2013TheIO,
  title={The impact of exercise on suicide risk: examining pathways through depression, PTSD, and sleep in an inpatient sample of veterans.},
  author={Collin L. Davidson and Kimberly A Babson and Marcel O Bonn-Miller and Tasha Souter and Steven Vannoy},
  journal={Suicide & life-threatening behavior},
  year={2013},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={
          279-89
        }
}
Suicide has a large public health impact. Although effective interventions exist, the many people at risk for suicide cannot access these interventions. Exercise interventions hold promise in terms of reducing suicide because of their ease of implementation. While exercise reduces depression, and reductions in depressive symptoms are linked to reduced suicidal ideation, no studies have directly linked exercise and suicide risk. The current study examined this association, including potential… CONTINUE READING
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