PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Resistance training, lifting weights or doing body weight moves like squats and push-ups, not only helps your body, but also your mind.
A new study shows it can help relieve mild to moderate depression.
Experts recommend strength training three times a week to feel the benefits, but it doesn't matter how long the sessions are or whether you actually build strength. It's all about working the muscles.
Past research has shown a similar effect with aerobic exercise.
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Resistance training can help moderate to mild depression