Women's mental health more sensitive to exercise than men's during COVID pandemic

According to recent research, women's mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic was more likely to be impacted by physical activity frequency than men's. Reserach from Binghamton University examined the effects of exercise frequency, day of the week, and various pandemic stages on mental discomfort, with apparent disparities between men and women. 2,370 people responded to the survey, and the results were examined. The poll asked 41 questions about demographics, education, eating habits, sleep, physical activity frequency and pattern, and mental health status. 

Women's mental health more sensitive to exercise than men's during COVID pandemic
According to recent research, women's mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic was more likely to be impacted by physical activity frequency than men's. Reserach from Binghamton University examined the effects of exercise frequency, day of the week, and various pandemic stages on mental discomfort, with apparent disparities between men and women. 2,370 people responded to the survey, and the results were examined. The poll asked 41 questions about demographics, education, eating habits, sleep, physical activity frequency and pattern, and mental health status.