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Title Exercise, health and mental health : emerging relationships / edited by Guy E.J. Faulkner and Adrian H. Taylor.

Published London ; New York : Routledge, 2005.

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 UniM BioMed  616.8913 EXER    AVAILABLE
Physical description xviii, 233 pages ; 26 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Exercise and mental health promotion / Guy E. J. Faulkner, Adrian H. Taylor 1 -- What is mental health promotion? 1 -- Evidence 4 -- Quasi-experimental and pre-experimental designs 6 -- Qualitative research 6 -- 2 Physical activity and dementia / Danielle Laurin, Rene Verreault, Joan Lindsay 11 -- Dementia 11 -- Prevalence and incidence of dementia 13 -- Case-control and cross-sectional studies 14 -- Cohort studies 16 -- Potential mechanisms 20 -- Implications for researchers and practitioners 21 -- 3 Exercise as an adjunct treatment for schizophrenia / Guy E. J. Faulkner 27 -- Schizophrenia 27 -- Case for physical activity/exercise 28 -- Results 30 -- Implications for researchers 39 -- Implications for the health professional and health service delivery 40 -- 4 Exercise interventions in drug and alcohol rehabilitation / Marie E. Donaghy, Michael H. Ussher 48 -- Prevalence, mortality, and morbidity 48 -- Treatment 50 -- Potential mechanisms of exercise 50 -- Evidence for exercise 51 -- Summary of studies 51 -- Effects on alcohol and substance misuse 57 -- Role of fitness 58 -- Effects on psychological measures 60 -- 5 Role of exercise in recovery from heart failure / Ffion Lloyd-Williams, Frances Mair 70 -- What is heart failure? 71 -- Prevalence, mortality, and morbidity 71 -- Case for exercise 72 -- Measuring QOL in CHF patients 73 -- CHF and psychological health 74 -- Review of evidence 75 -- Quality of life 80 -- Review of mechanisms 84 -- Implications for the researcher 86 -- Implications for the health professional and health service delivery 87 -- 6 Exercise and psychological well-being for individuals with Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome / William W. Stringer 97 -- HIV and AIDS 97 -- Neuropsychoimmunology model 98 -- Case for physical activity/exercise in HIV 105 -- Summary of findings from exercise studies 108 -- Implications for the researcher 109 -- Implications for the exercise practitioner 109 -- Implications for the health analyst and policy maker 110 -- 7 Exercise and quality of life in cancer survivors / Kerry S. Courneya 114 -- Pathophysiology of cancer 115 -- Epidemiology of cancer 115 -- Medical treatments for cancer 116 -- QOL in cancer survivors 118 -- Current interventions to enhance QOL in cancer survivors 119 -- Exercise and QOL in cancer survivors 120 -- Recent research 123 -- Mechanisms of enhanced QOL from exercise in cancer survivors 123 -- Future research directions 128 -- Implications for practitioners 130 -- 8 Effects of exercise on smoking cessation and coping with withdrawal symptoms and nicotine cravings / Adrian H. Taylor, Michael H. Ussher 135 -- Question 1 Do exercise interventions increase the likelihood of successful quit attempts? 137 -- Question 2 How may the study and intervention characteristics have influenced the findings? 139 -- Question 3 How may exercise interventions work? 145 -- Question 4 Does a single session of aerobic exercise reduce urges to smoke and tobacco withdrawal symptoms, during temporary abstinence? 146 -- Question 5 Does involvement in sport and exercise reduce the likelihood of progression to smoking? 150 -- 9 Exercise and sleep / Shawn D. Youngstedt, Julie D. Freelove-Charton 159 -- Structured review 160 -- Epidemiological studies 161 -- Acute exercise studies 164 -- Factors moderating acute effects 168 -- Influence of acute exercise on daytime sleepiness 170 -- Chronic studies 170 -- 10 Sport, social inclusion, and crime reduction / Fred Coalter 190 -- Sport and social inclusion: new Labour and the Third Way 190 -- Sports and their presumed properties 192 -- Diversity of sport 193 -- Necessary and sufficient conditions 194 -- Sport and crime 195 -- Diversionary programs and the prevention of crime 197 -- Sport and the rehabilitation of offenders 200 -- Sport, integrated development, and reducing crime 202 -- Implications for researchers 203 -- Implications for policy and practice 205 -- 11 From emerging relationships to the future role of exercise in mental health promotion / Adrian H. Taylor, Guy E. J. Faulkner 210 -- Summary of research findings 211 -- Dementia: what we know summary 211 -- Schizophrenia: what we know summary 212 -- Drug and alcohol rehabilitation: what we know summary 212 -- Congestive heart failure: what we know summary 213 -- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS): what we know summary 214 -- Cancer: what we know summary 215 -- Smoking cessation: what we know summary 216 -- Sleep: what we know summary 217 -- Sport and social inclusion: what we know summary 218 -- Limitations of the research 218 -- Measurement 220 -- Populations 221 -- Research design 221 -- Taking the field forward 224 -- Efficacy versus effectiveness 225 -- Closing comment 226.
Other author Faulkner, Guy E. J., 1970-
Taylor, Adrian H., 1955-
Subject Exercise therapy.
Exercise -- Psychological aspects.
Mental illness -- Exercise therapy.
Mental health promotion.
ISBN 0415334306 (hardback)
0415334314 (paperback)
0203415019 (ebook)