Baylor Psychology, Neuroscience Expert Discusses Benefits of Exercise During Times of Stress, COVID-19 During TV Interview

Baylor Psychology, Neuroscience Expert Discusses Benefits of Exercise During Times of Stress, COVID-19 During TV Interview Baylor Psychology, Neuroscience Expert Discusses Benefits of Exercise During Times of Stress, COVID-19 During TV Interview

March 27, 20201 min read
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Annie Ginty, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience at Baylor University was interviewed by Waco, Texas' KXXV for a story about the benefits of exercise during times of stress -- specifically during this time of coronavirus (COVID-19). 


During the interview with reporter Erin Heft, Ginty said:


  • “Some research from our lab at Baylor has shown that people who exercise more, when they are faced with some thing that makes them feel stressful or anxious, they actually perceive that is more helpful, so the feeling of anxiety makes them feel they’re able to cope with that situation"


  • "Exercise is a good stress on our body, because what it’s doing, our systems are changing, it’s increasing heart rate, it’s adrenaline. But everything’s increasing in balance, so our body is maintaining homeostasis."


To view the complete story, visit KXXV's website


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  • Annie T. Ginty, Ph.D.
    Annie T. Ginty, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience

    An expert in neuroimaging, psychophysiological, neuroendocrine, and epidemiological methods.

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