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Exercise and Health Benefits

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We hear on the news and from the media all the time that exericse is beneficial to our health and is useful and in the management and prevention of heart disease, cardiovascular disease, overweight, Type 2 diabetes.

 

Im just curious as to how that is. Like on a physiological level, how exactly does exercise improve out health?

 

The only one that i know how exercise helps, is with type 2 diabetes. The rest, im stumped. :s

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Unfortunately EXCESSIVE excercise may deteriorate ur health !!!!1

( the latest study )

 

 

It is thought that mitochondria works more agressively and

the chance to create FREE RADICAls is more high

if prolonged excessive excercise is carry out !!!

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excercise gets your heart rate up, and uses up the 'free' glucose(the glucose in the blood stream) so the body will switch to secondary sources(fat).

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yup yup ive heard excess bad, affects your immune system makes you more susceptible to infection.

 

Thanks for your response ppl!!!

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Run as fast and as hard as you can until you collapse into a premature grave from excessive exercise. Exertion kills! Burn those trainers! You know it makes sense!

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Time and time again the evidence suggests: moderation is best.

 

Although, is this study really telling us anything new? I would think that most people into sports or dance or any other physical activity know that excessively working out has a negative effect on performance as well as increasing fatigue and injury.

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