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Unformatted text preview: Working Out and Depression Waehner, Paige. "Exercise and Depression." About.com. Medical Review Board, 6 Aug. 2009. Web. 14 Apr. 2010. <http://exercise.about.com/cs/exercisehealth/a/depress ion.htm>. Depression is an issue a lot of people in our society today deal with on an every day basis. Depression can make a person anxious, too tired to function, and cause other physical and mental problems. Sure people can take medicine for depression, however, what most people do not realize is that they do not need medication at all. They can, of all things, workout. Because Depression can put one in a dark place, which they do not think they can get out of, working out is usually the last thing on their minds. Working out has been proven to help fight mild to moderate depression. If one does not feel in control of their life working out can give them that sense of control. Working out gives a person energy and increases self-esteem. This can help one pull their selves out of their dark whole. pull their selves out of their dark whole....
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2010 for the course KNES Knes 4501 taught by Professor Phil during the Spring '10 term at Dallas Baptist.
- Spring '10