Mood improves 20 minutes after vigorous exercise, study says

05/4/2011 | U.S. News & World Report

A small U.K. study found that people who engaged in a high-intensity workout had improvements in mood 20 minutes after the exercise, a pattern that was not seen after low-intensity exercise or none at all. "These results have implications for the recommended intensity of exercise required to produce the 'feel good factor' often experienced following exercise," researcher Dr. Nickolas Smith said.

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