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Exercise and Psychological Well Being

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Clinical depression effects how many people in the U.S.? 20 million
Personality disorders effect how many people in the U.S.? 26 million
Schizophrenia effect how many people in the U.S.? 2 million
According to the CDC, what is hte 3rd leading cause of disability among the general population? Mental health problems.
Regular exercise is correlated with a: reduction in anxiety/depression
Acute exercise = acute relief
Chronic exercise = chronic relief
Are shorter or longer training programs more effective? Longer training programs are more effective
State anxiety can be reduced for up to __ hrs following exercise 24
_______ ___________ after exercise occurs for all types of people Anxiety reduction
______% of doctor visits involve stress- related complaints 60-90
____________ is as effective as psychotherapy in reducing depression Exercise
Exercise can play an important role in helping ____________ anxiety and depression for most people. alleviate
What are some ways to maximize exercise results: >Select an enjoyable activity >Choose Aerobic Exercises >Avoid interpersonal competition >Exercise in a closed environment >Perform exercise at a moderate intensity >Keep exercise sessions brief (12-30 minutes)
Psychological Benefits of Exercise result in the decrease in: >State anxiety, stress response >Depression >Negative Mood States >Stress-related illnesses >Confusion >Hostility >Negative personality traits >Work Errors
Psychological Benefits of Exercise result in the increase in: >Positive mood states >Confidence >Positive body image >Self-control >Academic performance >Work performance >Coping abilities >Cognitive functioning >Overall quality of life
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: Physiological Explanation (1 of 5) Increases in cerebral blood flow to cerebrum
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: Physiological Explanation (2 of 5) Positive changes in brain neurotransmitters
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: Physiological Explanation (3 of 5) Increases in maximal oxygen uptake and use
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: Physiological Explanation (4 of 5) Reduction in muscle tension
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: Physiological Explanation (5 of 5) Advanced structural changes in the brain
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: *Psychological* Explanation (1 of 5) Enhanced feeling of control
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: *Psychological* Explanation (2 of 5) Feeling of self-competence
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: *Psychological* Explanation (3 of 5) Positive social interactions
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: *Psychological* Explanation (4 of 5) Improved self-concept and self-esteem
How Exercise Enhances Psychological Wellness: *Psychological* Explanation (5 of 5) Opportunity for fun and enjoyment
Exercise shows positive changes in ___________ personality
Regular exercise related to increased __________ self-esteem
personality style that enables one to withstand or cope with stressful situations Hardiness
Exercise has modest positive relationship with improved __________ _____________ cognitive functioning
Chronic benefits require ________ ___________ chronic exercise
Exercise improves cognitive functions like Executive function (distraction control). 2 Examples of executive function are: Memory improvement Switching tasks Memory improvement Switching tasks easilty
Exercise positively contributes to Quality of Life. Examples of Q of L are: Better health More positive attitudes Longer sleep Greater life satisfaction
A euphoric sensation experience during running, usually unexpected, in which the runner feels a heightened sense of well-being, and enhanced appreciation of nature, and a transcendence of time and space. Runner's High
Exercise as therapy is recommended for individuals who: >Are Obese >Have severe heart disease >Have high BP that cannot be controlled by meds >Are severely depressed
Created by: mgarvin9
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