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According to the study, people who engaged in regular exercise, such as walking, running, or cycling, reported lower levels of stress, anxiety, and depression compared to those who were less active. The researchers also found that the positive effects of exercise on mental health were particularly pronounced among individuals who exercised outdoors.

A new study published in the Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience has highlighted the significant benefits of regular exercise for mental health. The study, conducted by a team of researchers from the University of Cambridge, analyzed data from over 10,000 participants and found a clear link between physical activity and improved mental well-being.

According to the study, people who engaged in regular exercise, such as walking, running, or cycling, reported lower levels of stress, anxiety, and depression compared to those who were less active. The researchers also found that the positive effects of exercise on mental health were particularly pronounced among individuals who exercised outdoors.

Dr. Sarah Jones, lead author of the study, emphasized the importance of incorporating physical activity into daily routines. “Our findings suggest that even small amounts of exercise can have a significant impact on mental well-being,” Dr. Jones said. “Simply going for a walk or spending time in nature can help reduce stress and improve mood.”


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