Category Archives: Addiction

Rewiring the Addicted Brain Through a Psychobiological Model of Physical Exercise

Conclusion Despite the need for further prospective studies and clinical trials to test the efficacy of the psychobiological model of …

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Exercise and Recovery

Recovery is characterized as centered upon reforming the habitus. The increased confidence, fitness, strength, positive body image, self-efficacy and decreased …

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Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP)

Mindfulness involves attending to experiences on a moment-to-moment basis with intention to cultivate nonjudgmental, nonreactive states of awareness. Mindfulness-based treatments …

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Exercise and Self-Efficacy

“…exercise does increase an individual’s self-efficacy and that those individuals with higher self-efficacy are more likely to be successful at …

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