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( Maillart-Garg and Winkelman, 2019 ). These are entheogenic mushrooms with numerous spiritual and health benefits discovered by modern science (see Winkelman and Sessa, 2019 ). This book presents a challenge to the Buddhists of the world. Why have you not

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likely to receive either rewards or punishments immediately. People with IA have higher levels of psychological craving for Internet use ( Niu et al., 2016 ), which, in turn, serve to reduce their motivation go to bed at a reasonable time as the health

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Therapieerfolgs bei lumbalen Rückenschmerzen [The prognosis of therapeutic success in lumbar back pain] . PhD thesis, Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen, Giessen, Germany . Warburton , D. E. , Nicol , C. W. , & Bredin , S. S. ( 2006 ). Health benefits of

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Manuel Alcaraz-Ibáñez, Adrian Paterna, Álvaro Sicilia, and Mark D. Griffiths

Introduction The potential health benefits of physical exercise has been well documented ( Béland et al., 2019; Lin et al., 2015 ). However, it has also been demonstrated that some individuals exercise to the point of losing control over such a

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substances are derived from plants, some of which have been prized for their health benefits by indigenous peoples, such as sassafras and similar spice trees, which produce safrole oil, the source of MDMA ( Kemprai et al., 2020 ). Cultural groups around the

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Despite the proven health benefits of exercise, research has repeatedly reported that some individuals continue to exercise despite physical, psychological, social and emotional problems that arise as a result of this behaviour ( Chamberlain & Grant

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utilization . Journal of Psychosomatic Research , 51 ( 1 ), 395 – 401 . Raanaas , R.K. , Patil , G.G. , & Hartig , T. ( 2012 ). Health benefits of a view of nature through the window

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relationships in everyday life. Emotion , 8 (3), 425—429. Baikie, K.A., & Wilhelm, K. (2005). Emotional and physical health benefits of expressive writing. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 11 , 338

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Fredrickson, B. L. , & Levenson, R. W. (1998). The question: ‘Does religion (or spirituality) cause physical health benefits?’ Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 5 (4), 432–443. Levenson R. W

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Medical Association , 289 (4): 397–400. Ross, C.E., Mirowsky, J. (2000): Gender and the health benefits of education. Sociolgical Quarterly , 51 (1): 1–19. Ross, C.E., Mirowsky, J. (2006): Sex

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