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A Note on Exercise

Wed, 04/27/2016 - 09:09 -- SoberAmarillo

UT at Austin brings this ancient, well known, seldom used topic back out into the light of day.  It has been a long standing idea regular exercise can treat mild depression as well as some moderate depression cases.  Also, regular exercise is helpful in treating symptoms of bi-polar.  Even severe cases of depression seem to benefit from regular exercise.  Therefore, it should come as no surprise to anyone reading this exercise is, in fact, a great way to mediate or treat symptoms related to withdrawal from substances.  What is regular exercise?  How hard do you have to workout?   How often?  Which drug(s) were in the study?  Now we are breaking the rules of this blog.  Normally no answers are posted.  However, this is so important here are some answers.  At least 25 minutes at 77 to 88% of your target heart rate three times per week.  Don’t take my word for it: