The overlooked, understudied, and under-reported benefits of low doses of physical activity for mental health, and a reminder to not forget about sedentary behavior
This commentary suggest that the evidence of optimal physical activity doses for better mental health should be interpreted with caution because sedentary behavior interplays with mental health.
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