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We have all heard it many times before - regular exercise is good for you, and it can help you lose weight. But if you are like many Americans, you are busy, you have a sedentary job, and you haven't yet changed your exercise habits. The good news is that it's never too late to start. You can start slowly, and find ways to fit more physical activity into your life. To get the most benefit, you should try to get the recommended amount of exercise for your age. If you can do it, the payoff is that you will feel better, help prevent or control many diseases, and likely even live longer.

What are the health benefits of exercise?

Regular exercise and physical activity may

  • Help you control your weight. Along with diet, exercise plays an important role in controlling your weight and preventing obesity. To maintain your weight, the calories you eat and drink must equal the energy you burn. To lose weight, you must use more calories than you eat and drink.
  • Reduce your risk of heart diseases. Exercise strengthens your heart and improves your circulation. The increased blood flow raises the oxygen levels in your body. This helps lower your risk of heart diseases such as high cholesterol, coronary artery disease, and heart attack. Regular exercise can also lower your blood pressure and triglyceride levels.
  • Help your body manage blood sugar and insulin levels. Exercise can lower your blood sugar level and help your insulin work better. This can cut down your risk for metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes. And if you already have one of those diseases, exercise can help you to manage it.
  • Help you quit smoking. Exercise may make it easier to quit smoking by reducing your cravings and withdrawal symptoms. It can also help limit the weight you might gain when you stop smoking.
  • Improve your mental health and mood. During exercise, your body releases chemicals that can improve your mood and make you feel more relaxed. This can help you deal with stress and reduce your risk of depression.
  • Help keep your thinking, learning, and judgment skills sharp as you age. Exercise stimulates your body to release proteins and other chemicals that improve the structure and function of your brain.
  • Strengthen your bones and muscles. Regular exercise can help kids and teens build strong bones. Later in life, it can also slow the loss of bone density that comes with age. Doing muscle-strengthening activities can help you increase or maintain your muscle mass and strength.
  • Reduce your risk of some cancers, including colon, breast , uterine, and lung cancer.
  • Reduce your risk of falls. For older adults, research shows that doing balance and muscle-strengthening activities in addition to moderate-intensity aerobic activity can help reduce your risk of falling.
  • Improve your sleep. Exercise can help you to fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.
  • Improve your sexual health. Regular exercise may lower the risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men. For those who already have ED, exercise may help improve their sexual function. In women, exercise may increase sexual arousal.
  • Increase your chances of living longer. Studies show that physical activity can reduce your risk of dying early from the leading causes of death, like heart disease and some cancers.
How can I make exercise a part of my regular routine?
  • Make everyday activities more active. Even small changes can help. You can take the stairs instead of the elevator. Walk down the hall to a coworker's office instead of sending an email. Wash the car yourself. Park further away from your destination.
  • Be active with friends and family. Having a workout partner may make you more likely to enjoy exercise. You can also plan social activities that involve exercise. You might also consider joining an exercise group or class, such as a dance class, hiking club, or volleyball team.
  • Keep track of your progress. Keeping a log of your activity or using a fitness tracker may help you set goals and stay motivated.
  • Make exercise more fun. Try listening to music or watching TV while you exercise. Also, mix things up a little bit - if you stick with just one type of exercise, you might get bored. Try doing a combination of activities.
  • Find activities that you can do even when the weather is bad.You can walk in a mall, climb stairs, or work out in a gym even if the weather stops you from exercising outside.

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BLOOD GLUCOSE INCREASED Clinical Trials and Studies

Treatments might be new drugs or new combinations of drugs, new surgical procedures or devices, or new ways to use existing treatments. The goal of clinical trials is to determine if a new test or treatment works and is safe. Clinical trials can also look at other aspects of care, such as improving the quality of life for people with chronic illnesses. People participate in clinical trials for a variety of reasons. Healthy volunteers say they participate to help others and to contribute to moving science forward. Participants with an illness or disease also participate to help others, but also to possibly receive the newest treatment and to have the additional care and attention from the clinical trial staff.
Rank Status Study
1 Recruiting Diuretics and Dopamine in Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction
Condition: Heart Failure, Diastolic
Interventions: Drug: Furosemide;   Drug: Dopamine
Outcome Measures: Change in glomerular filtration rate at 72 hours;   Change in incidence of acute kidney injury;   Volume of diuresis measured in liters;   Six minute walk distance;   Global well-being assessment score;   Heart failure readmissions;   Frailty index;   Subjective dyspnea score;   Length of stay
2 Not yet recruiting Dopamine Receptor Imaging to Predict Response to Stimulant Therapy in Chronic TBI
Condition: Traumatic Brain Injury
Interventions: Drug: methylphenidate;   Drug: Placebo
Outcome Measures: Relationship between tonic Dopamine release (measured by displacement of [11C]-raclopride by oral methylphenidate) and change in processing speed between baseline and after methylphenidate treatment.;   Relationship between D2/D3 receptor availability in ventral striatum and prefrontal cortex and neuropsychologic deficits.;   Relationship between tonic Dopamine release in the ventral striatum and prefrontal cortex with neuropsychologic deficits after TBI.;   Relationship between D2/D3 receptor availability and functional connectivity of the prefrontal cortex with nodes of the default mode network.;   Relationship between TMS-induced short-interval cortical inhibition of M1 and tonic Dopamine release.;   Test motivation and reward on and off methylphenidate in TBI patients.
3 Unknown  Dopamine in Acute Decompensated Heart Failure (DAD-HF) Trial
Condition: Acute Heart Failure
Interventions: Drug: Furosemide;   Drug: low-dose Dopamine + low-dose furosemide
Outcome Measures: 1-year mortality or rehospitalization (all-cause, cardiovascular, non-cardiovascular, and due to worsening heart failure).;   60-day mortality or rehospitalization (all-cause, cardiovascular, non-cardiovascular, and due to worsening heart failure).
4 Unknown  A Brain Imaging Study Into Nicotine Induced Dopamine Release in Cigarette Smokers.
Condition: Tobacco Use Disorder
Intervention: Drug: Bupropion
Outcome Measures: Dopamine D2 receptor occupancy before and after smoking a cigarette with nicotine;   Subjective measures of craving, anxiety and depression.
5 Recruiting Dopamine Versus Dobutamine for Treatment of Arterial Hypotension in Term and Preterm Neonates
Condition: Arterial Hypotension
Interventions: Drug: Dobutamine;   Drug: Dopamine
Outcome Measures: Cerebral tissue oxygen saturation;   Cardiac output
6 Recruiting Impact of Dopamine Infusion on Insulin Secretion in Healthy Subjects
Conditions: Hyperglycemia;   Sepsis
Intervention: Drug: Dopamine
Outcome Measures: insulin secretion;   counter-regulatory hormones
7 Not yet recruiting Role of Dopamine on Loss Aversion Behaviour: Study on Parkinsonian Patients
Condition: Parkinson's Disease
Intervention: Behavioral: Role of Dopamine
Outcome Measures: percentage of signal modification;   Cluster activation size;   Brain activity indicators
8 Recruiting Vasopressors for Cerebral Oxygenation
Conditions: Hypoxia;   Hypotension
Interventions: Drug: Dopamine;   Drug: phenylephrine
Outcome Measures: Cerebral oximeter reading;   cardiac output;   incidence of delirium;   incidence of acute renal injury
9 Recruiting Dietary Sodium's Effect on Urinary Sodium and Dopamine Excretion in Patients With Postural Tachycardia Syndrome
Condition: Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome
Interventions: Radiation: Total Blood Volume;   Procedure: Exercise Capacity Test - Bicycle;   Procedure: Posture Study
Outcome Measures: Urinary sodium;   Urinary Dopamine;   Blood Volume;   Change in Heart Rate with Standing;   Orthostatic Symptoms;   Change in Urinary Sodium following Change in Dietary Sodium;   Change in Urinary Dopamine following Change in Dietary Sodium
10 Not yet recruiting Switching From Oral Dopamine Agonists to Rotigotine
Conditions: Restless Legs Syndrome;   Ekbom Syndrome;   Willis-Ekbom Disease
Intervention: Drug: Rotigotine
Outcome Measures: Proportion of patients completing the switch and their adverse events;   International Restless Legs Scale (IRLS);   RLS-6 Scales;   Preference of Medication Scale (POM);   The Patient Global Impression of Change scale;   The Clinician Global Impression of Change Scale
11 Recruiting Effects of Corticorelin Administration on Dopamine Transmission, Craving, and Mood in Cocaine Dependence
Conditions: Cocaine-Related Disorders;   Cocaine Addiction;   Substance-Related Disorders
Intervention: Drug: Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone
Outcome Measures: PET measure: [11C]-(+)-PHNO binding;   stress hormone levels;   subjective measures;   vital signs;   neuropsychological battery
12 Recruiting Study of Dopamine and Serotonin Transporters in Patients With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Controls
Condition: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Intervention: Drug: SPECT : 123 I-FP-CIT (DATSCAN) and 123I-ADAM
Outcome Measures: Dopamine transporter binding potential;   Serotonin transporter binding potential;   Relationships between transporter binding potential and the clinical scores
13 Recruiting Blinking and Yawning in Epilepsy: The Role of Dopamine
Condition: Idiopathic Generalized Epilepsy
Intervention: Other: Apomorphine (Experimental product)
Outcome Measures: Number of yawn;   Number of eyelid blinking;   Number of eyelid blinking in both groups after apomorphin or placebo injection;   Neurophysiological assessment of the Dopaminergic reactivity;   To test the correlation between the behavioral and neurophysiological markers of Dopaminergic reactivity in patients with epilepsy;   To assess Dopaminergic reactivity with biological markers;   Number of Adverse Events as a Measure of Safety and Tolerability;   Check the absence of spike-wave discharges in healthy volunteers
14 Not yet recruiting The Relationship Between Traumatic Brain Injury and Dopamine (a Chemical in the Brain)
Condition: Traumatic Brain Injury
Interventions: Drug: Methylphenidate;   Drug: Placebo
Outcome Measure: Choice reaction time (CRT) task with methylphenidate in patients with low volume of distribution (VT) of the Dopamine transporter (DAT) in the striatum.
15 Recruiting Dopamine D2 and D3 Receptor Occupancy and Clinical Response in Older Patients With Schizophrenia
Conditions: Schizophrenia;   Schizoaffective Disorder;   Schizophreniform Disorder
Intervention: Drug: risperidone
Outcome Measures: The occupancy of risperidone at the D2 and D3 receptor, using [11C]-raclopride and [11C]-(+)-PHNO, respectively.;   Plasma levels of risperidone and 9-hydroxyrisperidone
16 Recruiting Behavioural Addictions Occurring During a Dopaminergic Treatment Prescribe Under Parkinson's Disease: Study of the Psychopathological, Neurological and Pharmacokinetic Profiles
Conditions: Parkinson's Disease;   Secondary Behavioural Addiction
Intervention: Other: questionnaires
Outcome Measures: Psychopathological axis : score of sensation seeking (S Score) of the impulsivity questionnaire "UPPS";   Pharmacological axis : Area under the curve of the pramipexole concentration;   Neurological axis : Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale (UPDRS) III score;   Treatments except the anti-parkinsonism ones;   drug misuse;   addiction and punding antecedents;   ADHD antecedents;   impulsivity profile;   Age of onset of the Parkinson's disease;   stage and form of the Parkinson's disease;   time course of Parkinson's disease;   family history of Parkinson's disease;   anti-parkinsonism treatments;   Residual plasmatic concentration of the pramipexole;   median pharmacokinetic parameters of pramipexole;   study of the hepatic and renal functions;   Physiopathological covariates
17 Recruiting Imaging of Vesicular Acetylcholine and Dopamine Transporters in Dementia With Lewy Bodies
Condition: Dementia With Lewy Bodies
Interventions: Other: Imaging with IBVM;   Other: Imaging with DATSCAN;   Behavioral: neuropsychological evaluation
Outcome Measures: Binding Potential (BP) quantification of each radioligand;   Ratio Dopaminergic system/cholinergic system Binding Potential
18 Unknown  Expression Profile of Somatostatin Receptors and Dopamine Receptor 2 in Non-functioning Pituitary Adenomas and Resistant Prolactinomas: Correlation With in Vivo Response to Pasireotide and Cabergoline
Conditions: Non-functioning Pituitary Adenomas;   Prolactinomas
Interventions: Drug: Pasireotide;   Drug: cabergoline
Outcome Measures: Tumor volume reduction;   Prolactin levels normalization
19 Unknown  Multicenter Study on Fibrotic Valvular Heart Disease in Patients With Parkinson's Disease Treated With Dopamine Agonists
Conditions: Heart Valve Diseases;   Parkinson's Disease
Intervention:
Outcome Measure:
20 Recruiting The Effects of Prazosin on Dopamine in Healthy Humans: A PET Pilot Study
Condition: Healthy
Intervention: Drug: Prazosin Hydrochloride
Outcome Measure: Changes in [11C]-(+)-PHNO binding