The Impact of Exercise On Depression and Anxiety Symptoms Among Abstinent Methamphetamine-Dependent Individuals in A Residential Treatment Setting.

@article{Rawson2015TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Exercise On Depression and Anxiety Symptoms Among Abstinent Methamphetamine-Dependent Individuals in A Residential Treatment Setting.},
  author={Richard A Rawson and Joy E Chudzynski and Rachel Gonzales and Larissa J Mooney and Daniel Dickerson and Alfonso C. Ang and Brett A Dolezal and Christopher Cooper},
  journal={Journal of substance abuse treatment},
  year={2015},
  volume={57},
  pages={36-40}
}
BACKGROUND This paper reports data from a study designed to determine the impact of an 8-week exercise program on depression and anxiety symptoms among newly abstinent methamphetamine (MA)-dependent individuals in residential treatment. METHODS One hundred thirty-five MA-dependent individuals, newly enrolled in residential treatment, were randomly assigned to receive either a 3-times-per-week, 60-minute structured exercise program for 8 weeks (24 sessions) or an equivalent number of health… CONTINUE READING
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