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Running (or Walking Briskly) Away From Addiction

U.S. News & World Report—June 20, 2018

U.S. News & World Report featured HSS primary care sports medicine physician Jordan D. Metzl, MD, in an article about how exercise could decrease substance abuse.

According to the article, a recent study found that playing football or doing circuit training led to short-term reductions in drug cravings and improvements in mood.

"When you feel better you're less likely to engage in things that are bad for you. Exercise brings a dopaminergic surge that makes you feel better," said Dr. Metzl, who was not involved in the study.

Read the full article at health.usnews.com.

 

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