Acute exercise effects on smoking withdrawal symptoms and desire to smoke are not related to expectation

@article{Daniel2007AcuteEE,
  title={Acute exercise effects on smoking withdrawal symptoms and desire to smoke are not related to expectation},
  author={James Z. Daniel and Mark L. Cropley and Chris Fife-Schaw},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2007},
  volume={195},
  pages={125-129}
}
Recent research has shown that 10 min of moderate intensity exercise reduce smoking withdrawal symptoms and desire to smoke in acutely abstinent smokers. The aim of the current study was to determine whether the reductions are related to participant expectation of these effects. Forty-five sedentary participants who had smoked ten or more cigarettes per day for at least 3 years reported their expectation of the effects of exercise on smoking withdrawal symptoms. Approximately 1 month later… CONTINUE READING
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