our new paper was the biggest ever study of exercise and mental health. it caused quite a stir! here's my guided tour of the paper, highlighting some of our excitements and apprehensions along the way [thread] 1/n
Does exercise reduce mental health burden, depression? The largest cross-sectional study ever says yes. And quantified by time and type of exercise. and collaborators
#Exercise linked to improved #mentalhealth, but more may not always be better— results from study of 1.2 million people in the USA published in
Lancet Psych の120万人以上の大規模研究。運動と「メンタルヘルス負荷」とで極めて強い負の相関(すべての運動のタイプでp<2·2 × 10 −16)。約45分/日 x 週3〜5回が最適で、長くやれば良いというものでもない。 この規模の研究でこのp値であればまあ間違いはないでしょう。
New. Association between physical exercise and mental health in 1·2 million individuals in the USA between 2011 and 2015: a cross-sectional study.
Some exercise is better than no exercise, but this cross-sectional study on 1.2 million individuals reports that a lot of exercise was associated with poorer mental health.
Podcast: Editor Niall Boyce talks to lead author about his research linking #exercise to improved #mentalhealth and asks what the research means for the future. Perfect listening for your run Read the full paper
✨New - largest study ever strengthens links between exercise & mental health - so worth starting an active habit ✅Any activity ✅c45 mins 3-5 times/wk ideal? ✅Whether you have a condition or not ➡️The study ➡️Summary -
As a huge fan of exercise for health & wellbeing especially walking really enjoyed podcast thank you & editor Dr Niall Boyce Great company on this morning’s walk! Link to study here
Here's a range of activities ranked by vulnerability to reverse causality from mental health status 👇 That's how you interpret this too, right?
New from ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩: association between exercise and mental health - more isn’t always best, and type seems to matter - more sociable is better - 1.2 million participants! Congrats guys!
All #PhysicalActivity types improve #mentahealth. People if #exercise have 43% fewer poor mental health days. Largest benefit comes from popular team #sports, #cycling, & #gym activities with optimal duration of 45 min 3 to 5 times a week.
Twitter is all abuzz w/this paper b/c it's cool (&vindicates the antisocial exercise hours I keep). 👏👏to 1st author who has yet to start his DPhil & last author, my bud/idol who finished his PhD a hot minute ago. Overachievers 😘
Study: "Individuals who exercised had 43% fewer days of poor mental health in the past month than individuals who did not exercise"
A first author paper, a BBC breakfast interview and a meme about you, all before even starting your DPhil? Calm down , you're making the rest of us look bad ;) On the flip side - excellent paper, congratulations to you and your fellow authors!
Regular exercise 'best for mental health' according to US study
Exercise can help in so many ways..
Impact of exercise on mental health, it's a superb therapeutic intervention for better health!
In a large US sample, physical exercise was significantly and meaningfully associated with self-reported mental health burden in the past month. More is not always better. Get up, walk frequently throughout each day. Thanks
Association between physical exercise and mental health in 1·2 million individuals in the USA between 2011 and 2015: a cross-sectional study
Association between physical exercise and mental health in 1·2 million individuals in the USA between 2011 and 2015: a cross-sectional study.
Physical exercise was significantly and meaningfully associated with self-reported mental health burden in the past month. More exercise was not always better #myen
Cross-sectional study of positive association between physical exercise & mental health in 1·2 million individuals (USA) 2011-2015