El tiempo sentado en el trabajo predice la depresión y la ansiedad

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Dom, 21 Dic 2014, 22:14

Employees who sit for long periods of time are at greater risk for psychological distress, according to an Australian study published in the journal Mental Health and Physical Activity.

Specifically, employees who reported sitting for longer than six hours per day had higher rates of anxiety and depression compared to those who sat for less than three hours a day.

Furthermore, going to the gym after work doesn’t appear to protect workers from the effects of prolonged sitting. When study participants were sedentary for most of the work day, even if they were physically active and getting exercise outside of work, they still showed relatively higher rates of anxiety and depression symptoms than did workers who sat for less than three hours a da
Es curioso, porque no basta con ir al gimnasio luego. La principal función del cerebro es el movimiento, así que tiene mucho sentido. Más

http://psychcentral.com/news/2014/12/06 ... 78289.html