Aaron A. Kandola iwsp. Individual and combined associations between cardiorespiratory fitness and grip strength with common mental disorders: a prospective cohort study in the UK Biobank. BMC Medicine 2020 online
Individuals in the lowest group for both cardiorespiratory fitness and grip strength had 1.98 … higher odds of depression, 1.59 … higher odds of anxiety, and 1.81 … higher odds of either common mental disorder, compared to high for both types of fitness.
Objective cardiorespiratory and muscular fitness markers represent modifiable risk factors for common mental disorders. Public health strategies to reduce common mental disorders could include combinations of aerobic and resistance activities.
BMC Medicine, 11 listopada 2020