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Exercise-Based Interventions for Mental Illness : Physical Activity as Part of Clinical Treatment / Brendon Stubbs and Simon Rosenbaum, editors.

Contributor(s): Stubbs, Brendon [editor.] | Rosenbaum, Simon [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Elsevier Ltd. : Academic Press, 2018Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780128126066; 012812606X.Subject(s): Mental illness -- Exercise therapy | Mental Disorders -- therapy | Exercise Therapy | HEALTH & FITNESS -- Diseases -- General | MEDICAL -- Clinical Medicine | MEDICAL -- Diseases | MEDICAL -- Evidence-Based Medicine | MEDICAL -- Internal MedicineGenre/Form: Fulltext. | Internet Resources.DDC classification: 616.89 Online resources: Click Here-ScienceDirect eBooks (In-Campus Access) | Click Here-ScienceDirect eBooks (Off-Campus Access)
Contents:
Intro; Title page; Table of Contents; Notices; Dedication; List of Contributors; Foreword; Introduction; Chapter 1. Exercise for the Prevention and Treatment of Depression; Introduction; Relationship Between Physical Activity and Depression; Exercise as a Treatment for MDD; Summary and Future Directions; Chapter 2. Exercise for the Management of Anxiety and Stress-Related Disorders; Anxiety: What Is It and Why Do We Care?; Exercise Effects in Anxiety and Stress-Related Disorders; Summary; Chapter 3. Bipolar Disorder and Physical Activity; Introduction; Clinical Features.
Epidemiology, Burden, and Risk FactorsPhysical Health of People With Bipolar Disorder; Physical Activity and Bipolar Disorder; Examples of Trials Including a Physical Activity Component in People With Bipolar Disorder; Future Directions; Conclusions; Chapter 4. Schizophrenia and Exercise; Introduction; Clinical Features; Epidemiology and Risk Factors; Current Treatment Strategies for Schizophrenia; Physical Health of People with Schizophrenia; Physical Activity and Schizophrenia; Examples of PA Intervention Studies; Future Direction-Sustainable Implementation; Conclusion.
Chapter 5. Exercise for Alcohol Use DisordersAlcohol Use Disorders: Definition, Prevalence, and Societal Impact; Help-Seeking Is Poor and Treatment Response Limited; Comorbid Health Problems Are Common in AUDs; Current Treatment Options for AUDs; Evidence of the Benefits of Exercise From Intervention Studies; Reviews of the Evidence-Positive Effects on Health, Depression, and Physical Fitness; Mechanisms of Action: Mood States, Inflammation, and Cognition; Alcohol Consumption and Physical Activity in the General Population; Conclusions and Clinical Implications.
Chapter 6. Sedentary Behavior and Mental HealthSedentary Behavior; Sedentary Behavior and Mental Health in Adults; Bipolar Disorder; Schizophrenia; Summary; Chapter 7. Exercise for Older People With Mental Illness; Introduction; Methods; Results; Discussion; Conclusions; Chapter 8. Exercise for Adolescents and Young People With Mental Illness; Exercise for Adolescents and Young People With Mental Illness; Young People and Mental Ill Health; Exercise for Depression in Young People: The Evidence; Exercise for Anxiety in Young People: The Evidence.
Exercise for Bipolar Affective Disorder in Young People: The EvidenceExercise for Early Psychosis in Young People: The Evidence; Exercise for Substance Use/Abuse: The Evidence; Summary of the Evidence Base for Exercise Interventions in Youth Mental Health; Application in Clinical Practice; Conclusions; Chapter 9. Eating Disorders and Exercise-A Challenge; Introduction; Eating Disorders: Diagnostic Characteristics; Exercise in the Diagnostic Criteria of Eating Disorders; The Meaning of Exercise and Eating Disorders in Clinical Practice; Prevalence of High Levels of Exercise in Eating Disorders.
Summary: Exercise-Based Interventions for People with Mental Illness: A Clinical Guide to Physical Activity as Part of Treatment provides clinicians with detailed, practical strategies for developing, implementing and evaluating physical activity-based interventions for people with mental illness. The book covers exercise strategies specifically tailored for common mental illnesses, such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and more. Each chapter presents an overview of the basic psychopathology of each illness, a justification and rationale for using a physical activity intervention, an overview of the evidence base, and clear and concise instructions on practical implementation. In addition, the book covers the use of mobile technology to increase physical activity in people with mental illness, discusses exercise programming for inpatients, and presents behavioral and psychological approaches to maximize exercise interventions. Final sections provide practical strategies to both implement and evaluate physical activity interventions.
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Exercise-Based Interventions for People with Mental Illness: A Clinical Guide to Physical Activity as Part of Treatment provides clinicians with detailed, practical strategies for developing, implementing and evaluating physical activity-based interventions for people with mental illness. The book covers exercise strategies specifically tailored for common mental illnesses, such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and more. Each chapter presents an overview of the basic psychopathology of each illness, a justification and rationale for using a physical activity intervention, an overview of the evidence base, and clear and concise instructions on practical implementation. In addition, the book covers the use of mobile technology to increase physical activity in people with mental illness, discusses exercise programming for inpatients, and presents behavioral and psychological approaches to maximize exercise interventions. Final sections provide practical strategies to both implement and evaluate physical activity interventions.

Intro; Title page; Table of Contents; Notices; Dedication; List of Contributors; Foreword; Introduction; Chapter 1. Exercise for the Prevention and Treatment of Depression; Introduction; Relationship Between Physical Activity and Depression; Exercise as a Treatment for MDD; Summary and Future Directions; Chapter 2. Exercise for the Management of Anxiety and Stress-Related Disorders; Anxiety: What Is It and Why Do We Care?; Exercise Effects in Anxiety and Stress-Related Disorders; Summary; Chapter 3. Bipolar Disorder and Physical Activity; Introduction; Clinical Features.

Epidemiology, Burden, and Risk FactorsPhysical Health of People With Bipolar Disorder; Physical Activity and Bipolar Disorder; Examples of Trials Including a Physical Activity Component in People With Bipolar Disorder; Future Directions; Conclusions; Chapter 4. Schizophrenia and Exercise; Introduction; Clinical Features; Epidemiology and Risk Factors; Current Treatment Strategies for Schizophrenia; Physical Health of People with Schizophrenia; Physical Activity and Schizophrenia; Examples of PA Intervention Studies; Future Direction-Sustainable Implementation; Conclusion.

Chapter 5. Exercise for Alcohol Use DisordersAlcohol Use Disorders: Definition, Prevalence, and Societal Impact; Help-Seeking Is Poor and Treatment Response Limited; Comorbid Health Problems Are Common in AUDs; Current Treatment Options for AUDs; Evidence of the Benefits of Exercise From Intervention Studies; Reviews of the Evidence-Positive Effects on Health, Depression, and Physical Fitness; Mechanisms of Action: Mood States, Inflammation, and Cognition; Alcohol Consumption and Physical Activity in the General Population; Conclusions and Clinical Implications.

Chapter 6. Sedentary Behavior and Mental HealthSedentary Behavior; Sedentary Behavior and Mental Health in Adults; Bipolar Disorder; Schizophrenia; Summary; Chapter 7. Exercise for Older People With Mental Illness; Introduction; Methods; Results; Discussion; Conclusions; Chapter 8. Exercise for Adolescents and Young People With Mental Illness; Exercise for Adolescents and Young People With Mental Illness; Young People and Mental Ill Health; Exercise for Depression in Young People: The Evidence; Exercise for Anxiety in Young People: The Evidence.

Exercise for Bipolar Affective Disorder in Young People: The EvidenceExercise for Early Psychosis in Young People: The Evidence; Exercise for Substance Use/Abuse: The Evidence; Summary of the Evidence Base for Exercise Interventions in Youth Mental Health; Application in Clinical Practice; Conclusions; Chapter 9. Eating Disorders and Exercise-A Challenge; Introduction; Eating Disorders: Diagnostic Characteristics; Exercise in the Diagnostic Criteria of Eating Disorders; The Meaning of Exercise and Eating Disorders in Clinical Practice; Prevalence of High Levels of Exercise in Eating Disorders.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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