A new metareview of 1,000 scientific studies published over the last three decades by the John W. Brick Mental Health Foundation provides conclusive proof of the link between exercise and mental wellness. Overall, roughly 90% of all peer-reviewed published research reports a significant relationship between physical activity and mental health. The 80-page report is filled with findings, from how there is strong evidence for cardiovascular/aerobic exercise in reducing depression (especially high-intensity versions) to how combining strength/resistance training with cardiovascular exercise shows stronger benefits on mental health outcomes than either one alone.

Access this important new report (Move Your Mental Health), where you can choose from 20 types of physical activity and see how they impact specific mental health issues.

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