Treating depression with exercise: The inflammasome inhibition perspective

@inproceedings{Martins2016TreatingDW,
  title={Treating depression with exercise: The inflammasome inhibition perspective},
  author={Roberta de Paula Martins and Chai K Lim and Karina Ghisoni and Ananda Staats and Karine Mathilde Campestrini Dallagnol and Alexandre Francisco Solano and Gilles J Guillemin and Aderbal Silva Aguiar and Alexandra Latini},
  year={2016}
}
  • Roberta de Paula Martins, Chai K Lim, +6 authors Alexandra Latini
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • Patients with chronic inflammation present increased blood levels of circulating cytokines and often are associated with symptoms of depression. The activation of the immune cells microglia in the brain of depressed patients has been associated with a greater prevalence of suicide, indicating a crucial role of neuroinflammation in the neuropathology of depression. In the modern lifestyle, decreased physical activity and increased sedentarism have emerged as risk factors for mental disorders… CONTINUE READING

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