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Walking Can Help People with Depression

Steven Darien

As chairman and chief executive officer of The Cabot Advisory Group, LLC, Steven Darien provides strategic human resources management and expert business planning advice based on his more than 30 years of experience. In his leisure time, Steven Darien enjoys outdoor activities such as walking, which has numerous health benefits.

Walking can add years to a person’s life. Researchers have found that walking approximately 30 minutes a day can help slow the aging process and even reconstruct DNA molecules that have grown old.
Additionally, research suggests that short walks can have a positive impact on mood, curbing aggressive behavior and irritability, which are often outward expressions of depression. Even walking a short distance, such as getting off the subway a block or two early and walking the rest of the way, can help fight off depression.

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