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WEIGHT LIFTING = MOOD LIFTING.
New research is out! And although we know any movement benefits you mentally and physically, new research shows that weightlifting may be the most beneficial type of exercise in treating depression.
Sure, strength training has been linked to improved sleep and even decreased levels of anxiety, but the direct link between strength training and depression hasn't been studied much before.
One primary focus of the study was to determine whether or not factors like amount of exercise, gender, or age influenced the outcome. The research showed that the size of the weights had little to no impact on mental health and that older participants experienced the same decrease in symptoms as younger participants.
THE BEST NEWS? You don't need to be buff to experience the benefits. The study concluded that more strength did not correlate with less depression, so to speak. All that mattered was showing up and giving it your best.
Another study, published last year, found that EXERCISE CAN CHANGE THE STRUCTURE OF YOUR BRAIN and how it functions by increasing blood flow - it can make new brain cells and spark the release of endorphins, which boost your mood.
We understand that depression is complicated and it would be impossible—and incorrect—to say that hitting the gym and pumping some iron is going to magically make it go away.
Still, if you’re going through a hard time or struggle with chronic depression, it might be worth adding strength training to your mental health arsenal, along with guidance from your licensed mental health counselor. It could help give you an added boost to get you back to your strongest self—both physically and mentally.
Sources: @releafpharmaceuticals@womenshealthmag, @mindbodygreen