The study adds weight to a growing body of evidence that exercise can help addiction to nicotine and other substances. It backs previous studies that have shown that reducing a short burst of moderate exercise can significantly nicotine addiction.
###Kate Janse Van Rensburg conducted the study as part her doctoral thesis at the University of Exeter School of Sport and Health Sciences and the School of Psychology.UroToday – is the only Urologist Web site having your original content by global Urologist key opinion leader writing written clinical practice. Get the latest urology Press Releases by UroToday access.
In conclusion the data show that of reducing one cycle of BEP in a position to which risk of a recurrence on almost 50 percent, 9 percent – also in high-risk patients.