4th June 2018
Exercise's role in combatting addiction
that exercise can have a profound effect in combatting addiction. Researchers divided two groups of rats, with one group given treadmill exercises and the other group confined to their cages. After the trial was completed, the rats brains were examined and it was found that the exercise rats had less dopamine than the caged rats.
Group of people running together for fitness in the park
at the University at Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions shows
Scientists are now going to study the underlying neurological mechanism that links exercise to more efficient dopamine neurotransmitter usage in the brain.
This research confirms what we at Iboga Tree Healing House have always known instinctively and put into practice: that regular exercise makes people feel better about themselves.