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Physical Exercise Ameliorates Communicable and Non-communicable Diseases

There has been shown to be present a wide sphere of chronic communicable and non-communicable disease states that are ameliorated by physical exercise schedules, relatively independent of type, duration and intensity, especially if maintained on a chronic-regular basis. It is the case also that the initial milder pro-inflammatory influences, induced by endurance and/or resistance exercise are succeeded by a variety of anti-inflammatory environments/forces are initiated with each succeeding bout of exercise, and long-term anti-inflammatory effects are mediated via an effect upon abdominal, and other unwanted conditions, like adiposity. Physical inactivity and sedentary lifestyle conditions present a public health concern as they contribute to the rising burden of non-communicable and communicable illness. The benefits of exercise have been documented for many diseases with a chronic progression, including obesity, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, certain types of cancers, and overall mortality, as well as HIV and other disorders acquired through transmission.

Author(s): Trevor Archer

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