Effect of Exercise on Heart Risk Factors of Addicted Persons After One Year of Quitting Drugs

@inproceedings{Banitalebi2010EffectOE,
  title={Effect of Exercise on Heart Risk Factors of Addicted Persons After One Year of Quitting Drugs},
  author={Ebrahim Banitalebi and Mohammad Faramarzi and Mohammad Yazdchi Marandi and Akbar Azamian-Jazi and B. Mohammadi},
  year={2010}
}
Background and Aim: There is some concern that drugs abuse treatment may actually pose a risk toward unhealthy eating and weight gain. Dysfunctional eating patterns and excessive weight gains have been observed during recovery from drug and alcohol addictions. The purpose of this study was to determine the efficacy of a selected physical activity on some anthropometric variables (weight, BMI, and WHR), blood lipids, lipoproteins and Vo2max of subjects who have quitted abusing drugs after one… CONTINUE READING

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