“Exercise and The Prevention of Depression: Results of the HUNT Cohort Study” was published by the American Journal of Psychiatry in the January 2018 issue. MHConcierge has reported frequently on studies like this, but this one is notable for a
How exercise is key to successfully quitting smoking reports on research that finds that even moderate intensity exercise “markedly” reduces the severity of nicotine withdrawal symptoms. Researchers theorize that exercise helps by increasing the activation of a brain receptor that
Building upon an emerging body of research that supports the mental health and, in particular, cognitive, benefits of exercise, researchers are assessing the lower threshold for these benefits – and getting surprising results for very brief, but moderately intensive, exercise.
Exercise interventions for cognitive function in adults older than 50: a systematic review with meta-analysis reviews theories about potential benefits of exercise as a potential intervention for preventing, or delaying, cognitive decline, but also noted that there has been limited supporting
Health and wellness news: good news for coffee lovers, continued, A Weapon Against Dementia in Your Coffee Pot (PsychiatricTimes.com, 4-6-17) reports on recent research that finds caffeine to have significant protective properties for dementia. It boosts the production of a