Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 13th, 2005
According to Jennifer Wider, MD Society for Women's Health Research, people need to beware of the risks involved with over-exercising.
There's no doubt about it: exercise is part of being healthy. But for some people, it can become an addiction and lead to physical and emotional consequences, Wider writes. Sometimes called compulsive exercise, certain people use extreme, continuous activity at the gym to lose an abnormal amount of weight, calm a powerful fear of being fat, pacify guilt, or...
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