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If you are suffering from depression then start running from today itself, know what research says

Running is very beneficial for people suffering from depression. Know what the scientific research behind this says..

Mental Health Benefits of Running: Depression has become a big problem in India. Recent surveys have shown that about 14% of India's population suffers from depression. This shows that almost 1 out of every 7 Indian people is a victim of depression. Depression is a disease that affects our mind. This causes symptoms like sadness, despair, fatigue and anxiety. Many times people even commit suicide. Depression is increasing in India because people are not aware about it. People do not consider it a normal problem nor do they get timely treatment. Today World Mental Health Day is being celebrated all over the world. We all have to come together and increase awareness about depression so that people can get treatment at the right time and can be saved from this disease. 

Know how running relieves depression. 

Research has found that running is very beneficial to avoid and overcome depression. Running is good for body and mind. This improves our mood and also reduces stress. When we run, hormones called endorphins are produced in our body. It makes us feel happy and positive. On the other hand, the hormone called cortisol is reduced which increases stress and anxiety. If we run every day, our confidence will increase and we will feel better. Our sleep will also improve and our energy level will increase. Running will also improve your ability to concentrate. Therefore, if you feel that you are a victim of depression then start running. Gradually increase the time and distance of running. Within some time you will see the difference and you will start recovering from depression. Running is an easy and effective way to fight depression. 

How to understand if you have depression? 

Feeling sad or depressed for more than 2 weeks in a row.

Lack of interest in daily tasks.

Changes in appetite – either feeling very hungry or not feeling hungry at all.

Sleeping problems – Insomnia or excessive sleep.

Feeling tired and lack of energy.

Crying without any reason. 

Difficulty in taking decisions.

Getting angry without any reason.

Lack of self-confidence.

Thoughts of harming oneself. 

Disclaimer: Before implementing the method, methods and suggestions mentioned in this article, please consult a doctor or related expert. 

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