The effects of exercise on cigarette cravings and brain activation in response to smoking-related images.
Janse Van Rensburg, Kate
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Smokers show heightened activation toward smoking-related stimuli and experience increased cravings which can precipitate smoking cessation relapse. Exercise can be effective for modulating cigarette cravings and attenuating reactivity to smoking cues, but the mechanism by which these effects occur remains uncertain.
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Vol. 221, Issue 4, pp. 659 - 666
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