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Effect of Exercise on Depression
Exercise can raise mood-enhancing neurotransmitters in the brain resulting in an improved mood and outlook. Exercise may also depression by triggering the release of endorphins, which are commonly...
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Effect of Exercise on Rheumatoid Arthritis
Exercise is an important element of any physical therapy plan. Physical therapists can teach the patient techniques that will help manage the pain, and restore mobility and and muscle strength. The...
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Effect of Exercise on Insomnia
Exercise may counteract symptoms of insomnia because it improves the quality of sleep. It allows for smoother and more regular transition between cycles and phases of sleep.
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Effect of Exercise on Infertility
Exercise is a necessity in increasing fertility with men and women. First, exercise helps to reduce insulin resistance by allowing the muscles to more efficient in taking in glucose, helping to...
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Effect of Exercise on Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Regular physical activity may also help to reduce anxiety. Some good options include brisk walking, swimming, and strength training.
In addition to altering brain chemicals (which are often...
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Effect of Exercise on Cervical Cancer
Keeping good nutrition and having a regular exercise regime can, at times, help to keep cancer cells from developing and spreading. Therefore, if you are attempting to prevent cancer or to keep...
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Effect of Exercise on Alzheimer's Disease
Studies have shown that exercise can delay the onset or prevent Alzheimer's Disease.
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Effect of Exercise on Low Back Pain and Sciatica
The theory behind exercise for back pain and sciatica treatment is that the more flexible are the muscles in the back, the less pain the back will have. Also, when muscles that support back muscles...
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Effect of Exercise on Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
Moderate exercise for at least 30 minutes every day is recommended for women with PCOS, more if obesity is present. Low-impact exercise such as pilates is encouraged, because it gently focuses on the...
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Effect of Exercise on Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
Research suggests that people with stable CHF who participate in high-intensity aerobic training experience improvements in their physical activity level and quality of life.
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Effect of Exercise on Hypertension
Regular exercise can help prevent and treat hypertension.
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Effect of Exercise on Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) and Angina
Exercise has a number of benefits for people with coronary arterdy disease (CAD) and angina. Exercise strengthens the heart muscle, helps lower blood pressure, supports weight management, and helps...
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Effect of Exercise on Arrhythmias (Heart Rhythm Disturbances)
How exercise affects your arrhythmia depends on what kind of exercise you're doing and what kind of arrhythmia you have. Talk to your doctor to figure out the right kind of activity for your...
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Effect of Exercise on Lipid Disorders
Exercise improves lipid profile, helping to bring both cholesterol and triglycerides into healthy ranges.
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Effect of Exercise on Viral Hepatitis
Exercise offers a number of benefits for people with hepatitis, including increasing energy, improving immunity, and reducing depression.
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