The effects of exercise on mental illness

The effects of exercise on mental illness

The video looks at how exercise affects mental health, specifically for the adult and elderly populations. An exercise physiologist, who is a part of the Stay Well program at St. Josephs’s Hospital, was interviewed to share his expertise on the benefits of exercise.

This video was made by McMaster Demystifying Medicine students Ava Oliaei, Nour Eddin Garada and Nadia Butt.

Copyright McMaster University 2019

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  14. Guess it depends on the individuals, 3+ hours of exercise a day might be bad for some, perhaps. Personally, it’s been fine for me. I used to do boxing and we’d train at least 3 hours a day – 4 to 5 days a week. Thankfully, I haven’t had major injuries.

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  16. I hate self-diagnosing myself, but I am sure I suffer from depression and anxiety… lack of confidence, self-worth and motivation… But, I have noticed that whenever I do exercise, it miraculously improves my mental health. I feel light and energetic, my mind feels fresh… but, I must confess I am not regular, and tend to fall back into the same abyss again and again. Hopefully, things will improve in future.

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