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Association between appendicular skeletal muscle mass and depressive symptoms: review of the cardiovascular and metabolic disea

Physical medicine and Rehabilitation
Lifesyle Disease
J.E. Heo et al.
Used Parameters : SMI

Publication Year : 2018

Country : Korea

Journal : Journal of Affective Disorders

Background The effects of skeletal muscle mass on depressive symptoms remain poorly understood, especially in the middle-aged population. We examined the relationship between skeletal muscle mass and depressive symptoms according to sex and menopausal status in the middle-aged Korean population. Methods Herein, 1,151 men and 2,176 women aged 30–64 years completed questionnaires and underwent health examinations in the Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disease Etiology Research Center study. Appendicular …
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