Running Is My Therapy by Scott Douglas audiobook

Running Is My Therapy: Relieve Stress and Anxiety, Fight Depression, Ditch Bad Habits, and Live Happier

By Scott Douglas
Foreword by Alison Désir
Read by Stephen R. Thorne

Tantor Audio 9781615194445
6.88 Hours Unabridged
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There's no other book like this. Longtime running writer Scott Douglas marshals expert advice (including his own, cultivated from more than 100,000 miles of personal experience), and a growing body of scientific research to show how running can make us happier. How? Everyone knows that running builds stronger muscles and a healthier heart; science now shows it also helps develop a healthier brain. For those struggling with depression and anxiety, a consistent running routine can enhance the mental-health benefits of talk therapy, antidepressants, and cognitive behavioral therapy. The key to running's therapeutic power lies in its lasting physiological effects, inducing changes in brain structure and chemistry that other forms of exercise don't. Thanks to the body's release of natural pain-relievers that includes the best mood boost in all of sports. Running is my therapy is no longer just a mantra for seasoned runners; with science behind him, Douglas presents proven methods so that we can all use running to improve our mental health and live happier—in and out of running shoes.

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Summary

Summary

There's no other book like this. Longtime running writer Scott Douglas marshals expert advice (including his own, cultivated from more than 100,000 miles of personal experience), and a growing body of scientific research to show how running can make us happier.

How? Everyone knows that running builds stronger muscles and a healthier heart; science now shows it also helps develop a healthier brain. For those struggling with depression and anxiety, a consistent running routine can enhance the mental-health benefits of talk therapy, antidepressants, and cognitive behavioral therapy. The key to running's therapeutic power lies in its lasting physiological effects, inducing changes in brain structure and chemistry that other forms of exercise don't. Thanks to the body's release of natural pain-relievers that includes the best mood boost in all of sports.

Running is my therapy is no longer just a mantra for seasoned runners; with science behind him, Douglas presents proven methods so that we can all use running to improve our mental health and live happier—in and out of running shoes.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Everyone who cares about mental health needs to read Running Is My Therapy. Scott Douglas lays out all the evidence for running as an effective intervention for depression and anxiety in a way that's both inspiring and practical. Sepideh Saremi, LCSW, founder of Run Walk Talk therapy

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Author

Author Bio: Scott Douglas

Author Bio: Scott Douglas

Scott Douglas is a contributing editor for Runner’s World and the author of the New York Times bestseller Meb for Mortals and Advanced Marathoning, among other books. He has written about running for Slate, the Atlantic, the Washington Post, and other outlets, and has run more than 100,000 miles since taking up the sport in 1979. He lives in South Portland, Maine.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD
Category: Nonfiction/Sports & Recreation
Runtime: 6.88
Audience: Adult
Language: English