Fitness May Be a Prophylaxis for the Health Risks of Stress – Psychology Today (blog)

Reduced levels of cardiorespiratory fitness increase your likelihood of experiencing cardiometabolic risk factors such as higher blood pressure along with increasing your overall risk of cardiovascular diseases. Analysis of the study data identified a continuum between the subjective perception of stress and the positive or negative impact of cardiovascular risk factors. The latest research reminds us all that maintaining your cardiorespiratory fitness can directly combat depressive symptoms while lowering a broad spectrum of cardiovascular risk factors associated with stress.

Fitness May Be a Prophylaxis for the Health Risks of Stress – Psychology Today (blog)

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