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!
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 😘
Exercise can help in so many ways..
Regular exercise 'best for mental health' according to US study
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!
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
Physical exercise was significantly and meaningfully associated with self-reported mental health burden in the past month. More exercise was not always better #myen
Association between physical exercise and mental health in 1·2 million individuals in the USA between 2011 and 2015: a cross-sectional study
Cross-sectional study of positive association between physical exercise & mental health in 1·2 million individuals (USA) 2011-2015
Association between physical exercise and mental health in 1·2 million individuals in the USA between 2011 and 2015: a cross-sectional study.