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Medication is usually the first option of choice for treatment of anxiety and depression. However, the emerging body of evidenced-based research on lifestyle measures to prevent or treat anxiety and depression deserves consideration in all patients. Ways that pharmacists can support lifestyle...
The list of diseases with a known inflammatory etiology is growing. Cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, geriatric cachexia, and Alzheimer's disease have all been shown to be linked to or exacerbated by aberrantly regulated inflammatory processes. Nevertheless, there is mounting...
Although research on relationships of nutrition with depression and anxiety is very limited, both biological plausibility and existing empirical evidence lend strong support to causal links, especially between diet and depression. Clinical deficiencies of several vitamins and minerals result in...
Anxiety and depressive disorders are major public health problems, and desirable changes in lifestyle, such as exercise and proper nutrition, can be of great potential for prevention and treatment. There is growing evidence that physically active people are at a reduced risk of developing...
Martinsen and Raglin provide a persuasive, evidence-based rationale for lifestyle approaches to the management of anxiety, depressive disorders, and their comorbidities. Yet, their review prompts discussion of the complexities navigating this terrain, including barriers to the identification and...
Although much of what we understand about the stimulus of resistance exercise has been gained by exploring the responses of adults to various training protocols, research into the effects of resistance exercise on children and adolescents has increased over the past decade. Despite outdated...
Depression and anxiety are major public health problems and have been shown to be associated with increased risk for cardiovascular disease. The prevalence and incidence of depression and anxiety are lower in those who are regularly active. Regular physical activity has also been shown to reduce...
Given the relationship between lifestyle and health, researchers have examined those factors that predict healthy lifestyle changes. Several key variables have emerged from the literature, and these variables predict positive lifestyle changes across multiple health domains. More specifically,...
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