Exercise is known to ease the symptoms of depression. But does depression change the way the body responds to exercise?
A new study suggests that clinical depression may hamper the body’s ability to recover from physical activity, prolonging the amount of time it takes for a depressed person’s heart rate to slow down and return to normal after a workout.
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