The American “World Journal” recently published an article saying that research has found that people who exercise regularly are happier, and those who exercise regularly are 52% more happy than those who are “inactive”. People who exercise enough are 29% more happy than those who don’t exercise. In other words, there is a direct or indirect relationship between exercise and happiness.
A newly released analysis report by Weiyun Chen, a Chinese associate professor of kinesiology at the University of Michigan in the United States, shows that the frequency and quality of exercise and fitness are important factors in establishing a positive relationship between happiness and exercise, and regular exercise increases happiness. The feeling is at least 50% higher than that of those who do not exercise at all.
People who exercise regularly are happier
Chen Weiyun said that many people know that exercise can help reduce anxiety and improve depression, so doctors often recommend people with mental stress or psychological problems to exercise more, but whether exercise will bring positive things such as “happiness” or “satisfaction” Psychological effects, but there are few relevant studies.
Therefore, Chen Weiyun reviewed 23 research documents related to exercise and happiness, and conducted an in-depth analysis of which aspects of exercise are related to happiness, and which types of people benefit.
It was found that 15 of the studies pointed out that happiness, happiness and exercise are directly or indirectly related, while the other 8 studies had different views. The respondents or survey subjects of the 23 studies included thousands of adults, elders, youth, children, cancer survivors, etc. in many countries.
However, analysis and research also found that there is not much difference in happiness between exercising for 150 to 300 minutes a week and exercising for more than 300 minutes a week.
In addition, some studies have found that if the weight is the same, young people who exercise once a week will be 1.4 times happier than those who do not exercise at all. For obese people, those who exercise a little are 1.5 times happier than obese people who do not exercise.
Another study found that teenagers who exercised at least twice a week were happier than those who exercised once a week or less. College students who exercise regularly are 1.3 times more happy than those who exercise less.