COMBATING DEPRESSION WITH PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Much has been said about the side effects of the pandemic on the psychological well-being of those who, for many months, stayed at home.
Before the pandemic situation that we now live in began, the World Health Organization aimed at more than 300 million individuals with depressive conditions. These numbers have inadvertently increased since then.
Although it is a relatively recent field and constantly updated, the practice of physical exercise shows results close to those that antidepressants
they manage to achieve in the fight against depression, because it is known that the practice of regular physical activity promotes the release of endorphins, the pleasure hormone that is often lacking in people with depression.
If you feel down, whether for reasons related to the pandemic or for others unrelated to it, know that you can count on not only your doctor or psychologist, but also with us.
In its evolution we find our motivation!