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IN2SHAPE: A Study of Physical Activity and Depressive Symptoms in Adolescence

The purpose of this study is to determine whether physical activity prevents development of depressive symptoms in adolescents.


A Two-arm Intervention Study With Parallel Process Evaluation to Assess the Feasibility, Acceptability and Fidelity of the eMotion Online Intervention for People With Depressive Symptoms.

Physical activity has many potential mood enhancing benefits, and may be as effective as anti-depressants and psychological therapies for treating depression and low mood. However, getting people with depression to become more active is challenging. Behavioural Activation (BA) is an evidenced based psychotherapeutic treatment that focuses on increasing exposure to positive environmental stimuli which could provide an effective delivery mechanism for increasing physical activity...

Activity and Balanced Eating to Reduce Comorbidities and Symptoms of MS

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the leading cause of irreversible neurological disability among young women and the second leading cause of disability among young men in the U.S. Cardiometabolic risk factors including obesity and hyperlipidemia are common among people with MS, and these risk factors are associated with severity and frequency of MS relapses and disease progression. People with MS often experience symptoms of pain, fatigue, and depression, which make adhering to a hea...

Increasing Physical Activity in Persons With Depression

Pilot study to assess a multi-component intervention to increase physical activity in persons with depression.

Evaluation of Depression Symptoms and Brain Activity Associated With Response to Treatment of Depression

This study will use measurements of depression symptoms and brain activity to determine what factors may influence an individual's response to treatment for depression.

Zero-time Exercise for Depression

This study will examine the feasibility and effectiveness of a new lifestyle-integrated exercise, viz. Zero-time Exercise (ZTEx), for the management of depressive symptoms in Chinese adults in Hong Kong. ZTEx refers to the integration of simple strength- and stamina-enhancing physical activity into daily life, which can be done anytime, anywhere and by anyone. Depression is often accompanied by a tendency to sedentary behaviours and sleep disturbances, and sedentary lifestyles ...

Depression in Men With Physical Disabilities

This project is intended to develop an evidence-based peer group counseling program that addresses depressive symptoms in men with physical disabilities. Expanding treatment options for depressive symptoms in men with physical disabilities will improve their access to care. The benefits of men with physical disabilities receiving effective treatment for depressive symptoms include better health, independent living, and longer life.

"Prevention and Treatment of Depression in the Elderly: A Population-Based Study"

Considering the rapid increase of the elderly population in Brazil and the growing impact of depression, the third cause of global burden of diseases in the world, the relevance of depression prevention and treatment in older people tend to raise in future years. The investigators planned to screen 2,700 individuals, 60 years and older, from Basic Health Units in the west region of Sao Paulo city, for subsyndromic depressive and / or anxiety symptoms. The elderly will be assess...

Physical Activity for Depression in People Aging With Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Spinal Cord Injury

People aging with disabilities such as spinal cord injury (SCI) or multiple sclerosis (MS) report high rates of major depression. Depression frequently adds to the disabilities and suffering in these populations. Few definitive studies of depression treatments have been done in people with MS and none in SCI. There are several reasons to explore novel treatments for major depression in these groups. First, standard treatments, such as antidepressant medications, may not be as e...

Moderate Physical Activity in Helping Patients Recover Physically and Emotionally From Stage II Or Stage III Colorectal Cancer

RATIONALE: Physical activity may prevent or lessen depression and anxiety and improve quality of life and immune function in patients with colorectal cancer. PURPOSE: This randomized clinical trial is studying how well physical activity helps patients with stage II or stage III colorectal cancer recover from cancer.

Movement for Depression - An RCT Assessing Physical Activity Promotion for People With MDD

Randomized clinical trial that aims to increase physical activity levels in people with depression and to evaluate if the increase on PA levels has impact on clinical and biological measures.

Physical Activity Intervention and Cardiovascular Risk Markers in COPD

The Aim of this study is to examine the feasibility of a future trial comparing the impact of a physical activity intervention and a standard pulmonary rehabilitation programme upon cardiovascular risk and symptoms in COPD. The study involved three groups which are physical activity group, pulmonary rehabilitation group and usual care. The physical activity group and the pulmonary rehabilitation group will complete six-weeks of intervention. The pulmonary rehabilitation group w...

Increasing Physical Activity Among Breast Cancer Survivors With Depression

Pilot study to assess a multi-component intervention to increase physical activity among breast cancer survivors with depression.

Prescribed Physical Activity in Improving Sleep and Physical Performance in Patients Undergoing Stem Cell Transplant

This research trial studies prescribed physical activity in improving sleep and physical performance in patients undergoing stem cell transplant. A wearable physical activity monitor can be used to record minutes of activity and sleep. Gathering data over time using a physical activity monitor may help doctors learn if prescribed physical activity helps improve sleep and physical performance in patients undergoing stem cell transplant.

Screening for Depression and Anxiety in Patients With Heart Disease

Depression is a risk factor for morbidity and mortality in patients with heart disease, and has a negative impact on quality of life, work capacity and treatment adherence. Screening for depression among heart patients are therefore recommended by the Norwegian Health Authorities. Also, symptoms of anxiety may negatively affect rehabilitation due to e.g. fear of physical activity and excessive worry. Patients currently receiving treatment for heart disease at Diakonhjemmet Hosp...

Supervised Exercise Compared to PAP in Patients With Permanent Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation is the most common arrhythmia, and physical activity and exercise are sometimes avoided due to symptoms such as palpitations, fatigue and anxiety. Physiotherapist-led group based exercise as part of cardiac rehabilitation is rare for this group of patients, the method physical activity on prescription is used to encourage the patient to increase their physical activity level in order to reduce the risk of premature morbidity and mortality. However, mostly in...

Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Pilot Study on the Safety and Effectiveness of LUCEMYRA During an Opioid Taper in Treatment of Withdrawal

Stopping prescription opioid pain medications can be difficult due to withdrawal symptoms. This study will test if LUCEMYRA helps reduce withdrawal symptoms and helps more people reduce their opioid dose compared to placebo.

Prevention of Depressive Relapse by Means of Physical Exercise and Lifestyle

Depression treatments including physical activity and sleep management has been shown to relieve depressive symptoms among participants suffering depressive episodes. This study evaluates the potential of these methods as prevention of depressive relapse or recurrence

Physical Activity Enhancing Programme in COPD

Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease are characterised by a sedentary lifestyle. This contributes to increase the number of hospitalizations and mortality. Changing this lifestyle is a major objective of the management of these patients. Pulmonary rehabilitation helps patients to increase their fitness, but modifying a longstanding sedentary habit is more difficult to achieve. This project aims at modifying patients' long term physical activity with a physical ac...

Exercise and Brain Health in MS

Physical activity is now recognized as a therapy for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) that not only improves physical fitness and functional mobility, but there is some evidence that it may also positively influence the more invisible symptoms of the disease that represent "brain health" - fatigue, depression and cognitive impairment. One important feature of physical activity is that it reduces inflammation throughout the body and the brain. The goal of this research is to determine wh...

Exploring the Effect of an Intervention on Women's Physical Activity Behaviour

Physical activity has been shown to reduce the risk of chronic diseases and promote physical and mental health and wellbeing, yet few women are active enough to see these benefits. Wearable activity trackers show promise for helping people increase their physical activity levels by supporting self-monitoring. However, few researchers have examined how providing people with these devices impacts physical activity levels, or motivation for physical activity which is a significant...

Strategies to Promote Physical Activity

Getting regular physical activity has many health benefits. Current physical activity programs often encourage people to track their physical activity as a way to motivate them to continue being physically active over time. However, not everyone enjoys physical activity, so tracking physical activity may not be very motivating. This research study will evaluate whether a new program—specifically designed to enhance people's enjoyment of physical activity—improves people's a...

Evaluation of a Group Therapeutic Exercise Program

Physical activity can reduce symptoms of mental disorders like sleep disorders, anxiety disorders, major depression and ADHD. However, in Germany there are no group therapeutical exercise programs for psychotherapy patients in an outpatient context. The current study aims to examine the effectiveness of a manualized exercise program, named ImPuls, which consists of a supervised and non-supervised endurance training and group psychotherapeutic elements.

Closed-Loop Deep Brain Stimulation for Major Depression

Neurons are specialized types of cells that are responsible for carrying out the functions of the brain. Neurons communicate with electrical signals. In diseases such as major depression this electrical communication can go awry. One way to change brain function is using electrical stimulation to help alter the communication between groups of neurons in the brain. The purpose of this study is to test a personalized approach to brain stimulation as an intervention for dep...

Smart Walk: A Physical Activity Program for African American Women

The purpose of this project is to test a 12-month, culturally relevant, Smartphone-delivered PA program to improve and maintain high physical levels and reduce cardiometabolic disease risk among obese AA women.

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