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Chronic drug and alcohol use can cause consistent fatigue and reduce energy levels. As a result, many people may abandon attempts to engage in moderate or intensive exercise within their normal routine. Research on the healthful effects of exercise has shown that certain forms of physical activity can improve measures of physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being—in the general population and in people overcoming addiction to drugs and alcohol. According to addiction research, engaging in physical activity may offer several important benefits for people in various stages of the addiction recovery process. Along with a varied diet and other healthful behaviors, exercise can be a supportive aspect of a healthy lifestyle in recovery.