Psych M.D. - Aerobic Exercise


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Term: Aerobic Exercise
Definition (Myers): Sustained exercise that increases heart and lung fitness; may also alleviate depression and anxiety
Definition (alternative): Brisk physical activity that requires the heart and lungs to work harder to meet the body's increased oxygen demand. Aerobic exercise promotes the circulation of oxygen through the blood.1
Contextual explanation: Aerobic exercise is easily found in fitness club. Aerobic exercise will help people to get some positive mind. Aerobic exercise is good for people's physical issue, but it alleviates depression and anxiety as well.
Therefore, aerobic exercise is mentally, and physically great.

Related terms and concepts: Stress & Aerobic Exercise

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WAPA Citation:
(1) Aerobic exercise. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=10182
Edited by: Won-Jin



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