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Keith W. Johnsgard

Conquering Depression and Anxiety Through Exercise

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Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Foreword 17(4)
by Kate F. Hays, PhD
Acknowledgments 21(2)
Prologue: Sam and the Coyote 23(8)
PART 1: TROUBLE IN PARADISE 31(52)
1. Hunter-Gatherers Lost in Cyberspace
33(18)
Out of Africa
34(1)
Homo sapiens sapiens
35(3)
The Shangri-la Villagers
38(2)
Old-Fashioned Americans
40(1)
The Twentieth Century: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
41(2)
Optional Premature Death in America
43(1)
High-Risk Sports
44(2)
The Birth of the Blues
46(2)
The Dark Side of Americanization
48(1)
The Silicon Zoo
49(1)
Choices
49(2)
2. Pan-time Contemporary Primitives
51(22)
How Many of Us Exercise?
53(1)
Who Are the Exercisers?
54(2)
Why Do We Do It?
56(1)
The Research Groups
57(1)
Personal Challenge and Self-Image
58(2)
Health and Fitness
60(2)
Weight Control
62(1)
Mood Improvement
62(1)
Centering
63(2)
Afterglow
65(1)
Experience and Mood
66(1)
Gender, Exercise, and Mood
67(1)
Social Motives
68(1)
Competition
69(2)
Addictions
71(1)
Summing Up
71(2)
3. Some Basic Concepts
73(12)
Anaerobic and Aerobic Energy Production
74(2)
Aerobic Training and Cardiorespiratory Fitness
76(1)
The 1998 AGSM Fitness Report
76(2)
Monitoring Training Intensity
78(2)
Resistance Training
80(1)
Heartbeats in the Bank
81(2)
PART 2: EXERCISE AND MENTAL HEALTH 83(104)
4. Moods and Self-Esteem
85(24)
Just What Are Moods?
87(3)
The Ways of Scientists
90(2)
The Early Studies
92(3)
Some Quasi-Experiments
95(3)
True Experiments
98(2)
The Experimental Evidence: Conclusions
100(1)
Epidemiological Evidence
101(1)
Too Much of a Good Thing
102(3)
Changing How We Feel about Ourselves
105(4)
5. Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders
109(32)
Normal Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders
111(1)
Anxiety in Normal Populations
112(1)
How Do We Measure Anxiety?
113(2)
Reviews of Research on Exercise and Anxiety
115(1)
Exercise to Reduce State Anxiety: What Kind?
116(1)
How Hard?
117(1)
Duration?
118(1)
Durability of Effects
118(1)
Trait Anxiety
119(1)
The Mechanisms: Psychological Theories
120(1)
Physiological Mechanisms
121(3)
Neurotransmitter Mechanisms
124(3)
Subsyndromal Anxiety: Mechanisms and Treatment
127(1)
Exercise Treatment of Anxiety Disorders
128(3)
Panic Disorder
131(2)
Phobic Disorders
133(4)
Summing Up
137(1)
Another View of Anxiety
138(3)
6. Depression and Mood Disorders
141(34)
Criteria for a Major Depressive Episode
141(2)
Criteria for Dysthymic Disorder
143(2)
Meta-Analyses: Exercise Treatment and Depression
145(2)
Epidemiological Investigations
147(2)
Exercise and Subsyndromal Depression: Experimental Studies
149(5)
Anaerobic versus Aerobic Exercise
154(1)
Exercise Treatment with Hospitalized Patients
155(2)
Exercise versus Zoloft
157(1)
Walking and Talking with Patients
158(3)
When Is Exercise Treatment Appropriate?
161(2)
Hypothesized Mechanisms: Psychological Theories
163(2)
Biochemical Theories
165(3)
The Biochemical Effects of Exercise
168(3)
Summing Up
171(4)
7. Substance Use and Other Mental Disorders
175(14)
Substance-Use Disorders
176(1)
Substance Dependence
177(1)
Substance Abuse
178(5)
Bipolar Disorder
183(2)
Other Mental Disorders
185(1)
Summing Up
186(1)
PART 3: EXERCISE AND PHYSICAL HEALTH 187(60)
8. The Wellness Umbrella
189(30)
A Matter of Life and Death
189(2)
Exercise and Longevity
191(5)
Physical Activity and Strokes
196(1)
Exercise and Disability
197(2)
The Mechanisms
199(1)
Coronary Arteries and Aerobic Training
200(2)
Increased Cooling Capacity
202(1)
Changes in Blood Chemistry
203(2)
Exercise and Cancer
205(1)
Breast Cancer
205(2)
Colon Cancer
207(1)
Other Forms of Cancer
207(1)
Exercise and Diabetes
208(1)
Exercise and Osteoarthritis
209(2)
Exercise and Osteoporosis
211(2)
Exercise and Immune Function
213(3)
Back to the Surgery Ward
216(3)
9. An Exercise Formula for Weight Loss
219(18)
How Do We Know If We`re Overweight?
219(2)
Just How Dangerous Are Those Extra Pounds?
221(2)
Life Just Isn`t Fair
223(2)
Diets, Exercise, and Metabolic Rates
225(1)
The Solutions
226(1)
Fit and Fat
227(1)
The Fat-Burning Mantra
228(2)
Converting Our Muscles into Fat Burners
230(1)
How Do We Decide What to Eat?
231(2)
Some Thoughts on Weight-Loss Strategies
233(4)
10. The Risks
237(10)
Exercise and Sudden Death
238(1)
Age and Atherosclerosis
238(1)
Catch-22
239(1)
Injuries
240(1)
Exercise Abuse and Dependency
241(2)
Confessions of a Born-Again Runner
243(4)
PART 4: THE ART OF EMBRACING SWEAT 247(22)
11. How Can I Make Myself Do It?
249(8)
Realistic Goals
249(1)
The Chunky Masses Are Not Our Friends
250(1)
Television and Video Games Are Not Our Friends
250(3)
A Personal Odyssey
253(1)
Too Many Responsibilities, Too Little Time
254(2)
Getting Our Priorities Straight
256(1)
The Power of Knowledge
256(1)
12. Doing It
257(12)
Who We Are and What We Need
261(1)
Avoiding Problems
262(2)
Stretching, Warm-Up, and Cool-Down
264(1)
Injuries
264(1)
A Walking Program
265(4)
Epilogue: A Bridge over Troubled Waters 269(6)
Using Exercise to Cope with Stress
269(1)
The Truth Cookies
270(5)
Notes 275(18)
Index 293
Extra informatie: 
Paperback / softback
305 pagina's
Januari 2004
417 gram
229 x 159 x 19 mm
Prometheus Books gb


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