Regular Exercise ‘Best for Mental Health’

When it comes to “bad” and “good” days for feelings of well-being and mental health, exercise plays a big part in reducing the number of bad days. Researchers recorded activity levels and reports of mental well-being of 1.2 million people — the largest study of its type to date — and found team sports, cycling and aerobics had the greatest positive impact. Study authors cautioned that while their findings do not prove a cause-and-effect of improved...

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