London: Regular exercise can improve your emotional state and lower your risk of developing depression and dementia by 20 to 30 percent, according to a new report. The report being released by the Mental Health Foundation, a UK-based charity, found that taking part in regular physical activity can both increase self-esteem and reduce stress and anxiety. It can act as both prevention and treatment for various mental illnesses including depression and anxiety. "One way to enhance our mental well-being and protect our mental health is through participating in physical activity," it stated.
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