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How Exercise Can Help You Beat Addiction How Exercise Can Help You Beat Addiction

Elizabeth Hartney, PhD, 12/23/2020

From Elizabeth Hartney's article" "Most treatments for addiction involve some kind of "talk therapy" or counseling and focus on helping the ...

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0 Article-Article jplist-topic-Elizabeth-Hartney-PhD jplist-topic-exercise jplist-topic-Exercise-And-Addiction jplist-topic-Very-Well-Mind 0 297254 297254 From Elizabeth Hartney's article" "Most treatments for addiction involve some kind of "talk therapy" or counseling and focus on helping the person with the addiction to figure out why they continue to engage in addictive behaviors, despite problems developing as a result, and more effective ways of managing the feelings that underlie addictive behaviors. While these approaches to treatment are helpful to many people with addictions, some feel they need an approach that helps with the physical, as opposed to the mental or emotional aspects of addiction. Others find that exercise helps with managing cravings, as a backup therapy to talk therapy. Over the years, exercise has been recognized as a self-help tool among people recovering from addictions as support for recovery, but only recently has exercise been recognized as a treatment for addiction in its own right." Read the Article

How Exercise Can Help You Beat Addiction

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From Elizabeth Hartney's article" "Most treatments for addiction involve some kind of "talk therapy" or counseling and focus on helping the person ...

How One Gym Uses Exercise to Fight Addiction How One Gym Uses Exercise to Fight Addiction

Daliah Singer, 11/20/2018

Exercise to Fight AddictionIt was late 2016, and Whitney Mielke was nearly two years sober. Despite this accomplishment, she still ...

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How One Gym Uses Exercise to Fight Addiction

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Exercise to Fight AddictionIt was late 2016, and Whitney Mielke was nearly two years sober. Despite this accomplishment, she still couldn’t dispel ...

Yoga for Addiction – How It Helps to Recover... Yoga for Addiction – How It Helps to Recover...

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According to Addiction Resource, "Yoga is another new adjunct treatment approach that has achieved rave reviews for its health benefits. ...

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2 Article-Article jplist-topic-addiction jplist-topic-Drugs jplist-topic-exercise jplist-topic-Fitness jplist-topic-Metitation jplist-topic-Mindfulness jplist-topic-recovery jplist-topic-Treatment jplist-topic-Yoga 0 298848 298848 According to Addiction Resource, "Yoga is another new adjunct treatment approach that has achieved rave reviews for its health benefits. What’s incredible is that yoga for addiction recovery is effective and budget-friendly. In addition to various approaches to treating drug abuse, its incorporation in addiction recovery programs has increased. Medical researchers are now pursuing further studies to clarify if healing addiction with yoga is achievable.." This article discusses the role of yoga in drug addiction recovery programs, and gives the top 5 yoga poses that support addiction recovery. 

Yoga for Addiction – How It Helps to Recover From Drug Abuse

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According to Addiction Resource, "Yoga is another new adjunct treatment approach that has achieved rave reviews for its health benefits. What’s ...

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Using Exercise to Aid Alcohol and Drug Recovery Using Exercise to Aid Alcohol and Drug Recovery

An article from VeryWell Mind by Buddy T

According to Buddy T, "Many professional alcohol and drug treatment and rehabilitation programs include exercise as part of an overall ...

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4 Article-Article jplist-topic-exercise jplist-topic-Nutrition jplist-topic-recovery jplist-topic-Relaxation jplist-topic-Sobriety 0 372860 372860 According to Buddy T, "Many professional alcohol and drug treatment and rehabilitation programs include exercise as part of an overall program to help patients maintain abstinence and develop a more healthy lifestyle. Many residential treatment centers feature fully-equipped exercise facilities on the premises. Traditionally, the main reason exercise has been recommended for those trying to quit alcohol and drugs is because it keeps them focused on something other than their withdrawal symptoms or cravings. Now, however, there may be evidence that exercise has additional benefits to those who want to avoid drinking and using drugs."This article talks about how good nutrition, exercise, and relaxation can benefit people in sobriety.

Using Exercise to Aid Alcohol and Drug Recovery

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According to Buddy T, "Many professional alcohol and drug treatment and rehabilitation programs include exercise as part of an overall program to ...

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