Exercise Seems to Ease Parkinson’s-Related Depression

(HealthDay News) — A long-term exercise program may help ease depression in people with Parkinson’s disease, according to a new, small study.

Researchers looked at 31 Parkinson’s patients who were randomly assigned to an “early start” group that did an exercise program for 48 weeks or a “late start” group that worked out for 24 weeks. The program included three one-hour cardiovascular and resistance training workouts a week.

via Exercise Seems to Ease Parkinson’s-Related Depression.

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