Exercise, Stopping Smoking Can Ease Depression After Heart Attack – PsychCentral.com (blog)

A new study shows that exercise and stopping smoking will improve depression after a heart attack. “Depression is almost three times more common in people

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Depression affects a large percentage of people after they have had a heart attack.  There are multiple factors that can cause this condition after the event; however, exercise has been shown to help these patients fend off depression.  Do you have the proper training tools in your belt to help this niche population?

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