Exercise

Exercise Therapy helpful way for Treating Depression and Anxiety

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[Best Syndication News] Exercise Therapy should be prescribed to depression and anxiety patients more often said Jasper Smits, director of the Anxiety Research and Treatment Program at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Smits reviewed several published studies that looked at the benefits of exercising to treat depression and anxieties. The researchers presented their findings in Baltimore at the annual conference of the Anxiety Disorder Association of America on March 6th.

The researcher said that therapists should be trained in exercise therapy to help their patients with this kind of treatment. Exercise programs were seen to reduce depression and anxiety in several studies.

Getting Fit with the Help of Exercise Equipment

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[Best Syndication News] January is gone, not it is make it or break it for those New Year's Resolutions that you have made. You might be thinking that you will have to join a gym, or maybe you did and you can't find enough time to actually go to the gym at a decent hour. So what do you do?

There are some options out there, and you don't have to go broke doing it. The problem often faced with working out is the boredom of the same old routine. If you walk all the time, pretty soon that will be boring. So the best thing to do if you find that boredom has set in is to have different activities during the week to break up the monotony. Read more below.

Insulin Sensitivity and Aerobic Exercise – Low Carb meal after Workout still benefited

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[Best Syndication News] An interesting study on how aerobic exercise and eating foods afterward have impacts on insulin sensitivity. The study "Energy deficit after exercise augments lipid mobilization but does not contribute to the exercise-induced increase in insulin sensitivity," conducted at the University of Michigan received funding from the National Institutes of Health and was published in the Journal of Applied Physiology.

The researchers wanted to measure the benefits of individual workout sessions and the benefits on the metabolism following it with different meals eaten afterward. They found that insulin sensitivity was enhanced after a workout and was still effective when eating small low-carb meal following the workout.

Quit Smoking Cigarettes – Fight the Cravings with Exercise and a Nicotine Patch

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[Best Syndication News] The cravings for nicotine which happen when you quit smoking cigarettes can be excruciating. One way to tame the cravings is to get exercising. This is what researchers from the university of Western Ontario Canada believe that exercise is an important tool in helping a person to quit smoking for good.

Dr. Harry Prapavessis, Director of Western's new Exercise and Health Psychology Laboratory, and his team (Dr. Anita Cramp, Dr. Mary Jung and Therese Harper) have found that a combination of nicotine replacement therapy and physical fitness are both key elements to break the bad habit.

The benefit of exercise with quitting smoking is that there was less weight gain seen with women smokers. While 70 percent of the women in their study of 12 week program to quit smoking succeeded, only 27 percent kicked the smoking habit in the long run. The reason they believe the women had relapse was because they did not continue exercising after the program ended.

How to Lose Belly Fat Fast

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Many people think that the best road to having some amazing abs is to sit at home, lie on the carpet and do a crunch repetitions marathon. This is a very common approach but it will never lead to the killer abs you dreamed of.

You should know that the basic crunch exercise is only a beginners training exercise that has the sole purpose of building some body resistance. If you do about 50 to 100 crunches you will get stronger and be able to stand more exercises but your abs will not become perfect only by doing that.

Also, the crunch movement only works the abs when you do trunk flexion. But the trunk flexion is only one movement from the whole and complete abdominal exercise from a perfect ab routine. In conclusion, you will never get the perfect abs by simply doing one single routine. You have to do several exercises as part of a routine. This can be confusing but in time you will get the hang of it.

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