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Impact of exercise on patients with depression and anxiety

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Impact of exercise on patients with depression and anxiety. / Øland, Anne-Marie; Laessoe, Uffe; Olesen, Anne V; Munk-Jørgensen, Povl.

I: Nordic Journal of Psychiatry. Supplement, Bind 64, Nr. 3, 2010, s. 210-7.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

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Øland, A-M, Laessoe, U, Olesen, AV & Munk-Jørgensen, P 2010, 'Impact of exercise on patients with depression and anxiety', Nordic Journal of Psychiatry. Supplement, bind 64, nr. 3, s. 210-7. https://doi.org/10.3109/08039480903511373

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Øland, A-M., Laessoe, U., Olesen, A. V., & Munk-Jørgensen, P. (2010). Impact of exercise on patients with depression and anxiety. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry. Supplement, 64(3), 210-7. https://doi.org/10.3109/08039480903511373

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Øland A-M, Laessoe U, Olesen AV, Munk-Jørgensen P. 2010. Impact of exercise on patients with depression and anxiety. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry. Supplement. 64(3):210-7. https://doi.org/10.3109/08039480903511373

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Øland, Anne-Marie o.a.. "Impact of exercise on patients with depression and anxiety". Nordic Journal of Psychiatry. Supplement. 2010, 64(3). 210-7. https://doi.org/10.3109/08039480903511373

Vancouver

Øland A-M, Laessoe U, Olesen AV, Munk-Jørgensen P. Impact of exercise on patients with depression and anxiety. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry. Supplement. 2010;64(3):210-7. https://doi.org/10.3109/08039480903511373

Author

Øland, Anne-Marie ; Laessoe, Uffe ; Olesen, Anne V ; Munk-Jørgensen, Povl. / Impact of exercise on patients with depression and anxiety. I: Nordic Journal of Psychiatry. Supplement. 2010 ; Bind 64, Nr. 3. s. 210-7.

Bibtex

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AU - Øland, Anne-Marie

AU - Laessoe, Uffe

AU - Olesen, Anne V

AU - Munk-Jørgensen, Povl

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N2 - BACKGROUND: Persons with common mental disorders are at risk of lowered physical activity. AIMS: To investigate if patients with depressive and/or anxiety disorders can achieve a level of physical activity meeting public health recommendations, increase their physical fitness and quality of life (QoL) through participation in a physical exercise programme. METHODS: In a non-blinded controlled study, 48 patients referred by private psychiatric clinics and private general practices were either treated in an intervention (n=27) or a control group (n=21). The intervention group took part in 20 weeks of group exercise consisting of aerobic training and non-aerobic weight-lifting. All participants were interviewed and tested at baseline, week 20 and at week 32. RESULTS: The intervention group increased in physical activity (120 min/week) and VO(2)max (0.48 ml O(2)/min). The VO(2)max increase was maintained after a 12-week follow-up period. Findings should be conservatively interpreted because of high attrition rate. CONCLUSIONS: Patients with anxiety and/or depressive disorders who participated in a structured, supervised exercise programme achieved in accordance with public health recommendations a higher level of physical activity and VO(2)max. CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS: The clinical implications of the study may be a suggestion of offering physical exercise to milder and moderate severe cases of depression and anxiety.

AB - BACKGROUND: Persons with common mental disorders are at risk of lowered physical activity. AIMS: To investigate if patients with depressive and/or anxiety disorders can achieve a level of physical activity meeting public health recommendations, increase their physical fitness and quality of life (QoL) through participation in a physical exercise programme. METHODS: In a non-blinded controlled study, 48 patients referred by private psychiatric clinics and private general practices were either treated in an intervention (n=27) or a control group (n=21). The intervention group took part in 20 weeks of group exercise consisting of aerobic training and non-aerobic weight-lifting. All participants were interviewed and tested at baseline, week 20 and at week 32. RESULTS: The intervention group increased in physical activity (120 min/week) and VO(2)max (0.48 ml O(2)/min). The VO(2)max increase was maintained after a 12-week follow-up period. Findings should be conservatively interpreted because of high attrition rate. CONCLUSIONS: Patients with anxiety and/or depressive disorders who participated in a structured, supervised exercise programme achieved in accordance with public health recommendations a higher level of physical activity and VO(2)max. CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS: The clinical implications of the study may be a suggestion of offering physical exercise to milder and moderate severe cases of depression and anxiety.

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