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There is no question that regular exercise offers many benefits to a person’s physical and mental health. Studies have shown that even moderate exercise can reduce or eliminate the symptoms of depression and anxiety, and exercise goes a long way toward improving mood and self-esteem. Though it is typically defined as a good and healthy habit, exercise can sometimes become an addiction and have a negative influence on physical and mental well-being. A qualified therapist can help a person understand the underlying reasons for the addiction, which often yields better long-term results than trying to tackle an addiction by oneself. Support groups allow people to interact with others experiencing similar conditions, offering a safe environment to foster the therapeutic process of battling addiction. Regardless of the treatment modality, therapy can help a person address the urge for control over one’s life and how to exercise without organizing one’s life around it.