Monday, December 26, 2016
New research suggests that people with low fitness levels are at higher risk of developing depression. A recent study recently analysed one million people, with the results highlighting that those with poorer fitness levels had a 75% increased risk of developing a mental health condition, such as depression.
Depression is most poignant at this time of year, with the stress and anxiety that the holiday season can bring. Here, Oxford Online Pharmacy's dedicated GP, Dr Helen Webberley, spoke withe Huffington Post about the findings. Read more.