Can Exercising Reduce your Risk for Disease?

There is a strong positive relation between oral glucose tolerance test and different lungs capacity and exercise.Exercise positively effect oral glucose tolerance and increases all lungs capacity which ultimately reduces the risk of diabetes and lungs diseases.

Exercise Physiology

The journal, Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention,recently performed a study on how daily exercise correlates with a reduced
risk of getting breast cancer. The type of workout that specifically helped to prevent
breast cancer was aerobic exercise. Aerobic exercise is exercise that requires
the body to pump blood much faster to get enough oxygen to the body. Aerobic
exercises include running, dancing, swimming, and hiking.

But aerobic exercise doesn’t just lower your risk of cancer,
it also lowers your likelihood of type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Exercising
can help reduce the risk of these illnesses because high insulin levels and
high amounts of body fat are significant signs of risk for contracting these
diseases. Exercises lowers your blood glucose and helps you lose weight which
makes these risk factors less of an issue.

Not only can exercise reduce your risk of disease but it can
also prolong your…

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Author: Dr.Ajay Kumar Singh

Dr. Ajay Kumar Singh was born on 2 Dec,1981 in Allahabad. He is an alumnus of GSVM Medical College Kanpur and MLN Medical College Allahabad. He worked for 8 years in the Uttar Pradesh Provincial services as Medical Officer. He offered his services at various place like Community Health Centre, Police Hospital, and Jail Hospital. He is a social thinker and writer. He is always ready to deliver his services to the needy person and patient. He works with the motto of making the healthy and happy society.

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