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Exercise - you can really get too many good things!

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With so many people who are overweight and not shaped in America, sports seem to be a multipurpose answer to this problem. No doubt, sports are basic fitness and flexibility.

Exercising even helps men and women prevent depression and stress. So how can you exercise bad? Too many good things can be dangerous and exercise is no exception.

Actually it doesn't exercise that's the problem - it's how to practice it is used. When sports becomes coercion that encourages you to proceed outside the point of physical fatigue, the exercise is detrimental to your body.

Setting a regular training schedule helps maintain a consistent level of activity. But sometimes work or family need to interfere with that schedule. If you have exercise addiction, you will ignore your work or family to exercise!

Failure to exercise at a level that you think needs to lead to extraordinary guilt. The guilt might encourage you to exercise longer and harder tomorrow to redeem what you consider to be a weakness.

Addict Sports will reject social invitations if the time disturbs the exercises. Even if you are sick, you wake up from bed to run or do aerobics, extend your illness and make it more difficult for your body to fight viral or bacterial infections.

Extra pressure from exercise finally damages your immune system. Some exercise addicts use activities as a way to maintain anorexia or bulimia. But not all sports addicts have eating disorders.

Men who exercise to claim extreme are part of their body building and toning regimen. Excessive exercise produces a lower level of testosterone and higher cortisol levels - stress hormones.

This is a dangerous combination leading to a decrease in bone density and greater risk to give up on stress fractures. Instead of building muscle, excessive exercise causes muscle waste.

To see if you are addicted to exercising, ask yourself these questions:

• Can you take holidays from sports, even if you are tired or hurt?

• Do you spend a large number of recording in the training journal and critically analyzing the results? Do you just feel good about yourself when you meet your training goals?

• Do you feel like a loser or easily offended if anyone disturbs your training regimen?

Exercise addiction requires a psychotherapy to deal with false beliefs that you might have about body problems and to rebuild self-esteem. Depression or anxiety that rises when reducing exercises may need to be treated with an anti-depressant or anti-anxiety medication.

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