ended years ago, learning affects health more
This sport has a significant impact on our health, has long been known. However, what has now been shown in a new study from the & # 39 is odd. American researchers have found that even the training that we have completed several years ago, can still affect our health and improve today.
Sport is not only short-term consequences for health
Health experts have repeatedly stressed the importance of sport for our bodies. Thus, regular exercise can help you lose weight and help reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension or heart attack. As researchers have discovered that keep health benefits through physical activity is much longer than previously suspected. Even years after training, the positive effects remain.
Movement brings sustainable benefits
Education, which we have carried out a few years ago, can still affect and improve our health today.
It shows a new study on the current of life and health of people who took part in a sports study years ago, the results were then published in the journal "Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise."
The new results suggest that the benefits of exercise may be more resilient than might have been expected, even if people do not enjoy the same degree as before.
However, as The New York Times (New York Times) reported that the effects may also depend on the nature and degree of preparation.
Or & # 39 is the positive effect of the preparation of long-term survival?
According to a report lasting health consequences from experiments in conventional medicine.
So it was, as the subscriber previous experiments with diabetes whose blood sugar levels are strictly controlled by diet, drugs or other methods, often years later, improving heart health than diabetics is research, although the blood glucose levels of the subjects increased at the same time.
However, it was not known whether such long-term effects can be found even in studies that deal with the motion.
On the other scientific and embarrassing personal experience, but we know that they have lost a large part of our health and the associated health benefits, if we reduce or stop exercising sport.
But in fact there is no positive effect of the preparation of long-term survival?
With this question, researchers from Duke University in Durham employed (USA, North Carolina). Most of these studies have been involved in an earlier study, which lasted from 1998 to 2003.
At that time, hundreds of participants took (Research targeted interventions to reduce risk through Defined Exercise) participated in various training programs with obesity in the so-called STRRIDE court and tracked researcher.
Sub & # 39; sites shown – unlike people in the inactive control group – improvement of the measured life of health markers, blood pressure, insulin sensitivity and waist circumference.
The continuation of the investigation after a ten-year hiatus
After the experiments, the subjects were dismissed. Ten years later, the scientists again took to contact them.
More than a hundred of these people have returned to the new challenges of aerobic and metabolic health in the laboratory.
They filled out questionnaires and their current state of health and their treatment and how often they practiced every week.
A new study was recently published in the journal «Frontiers in Physiology."
Participants in the study were healthy, even after many years
As researchers found, had a majority of men and women in the control group who were not trained ten years ago, it is now a large state, while the athletes have shown little or no spread of the waist compared to the period of the first study.
Furthermore, participants were now less suitable control group. Most of them have lost about ten percent of their aerobic capacity.
According to the NYT it is typical, as most people annually lose about one percent of their fitness at the age of 40 years.
But subjects who are trained for eight months vigorously during the first study were much more powerful.
On average, it was their aerobic capacity compared to the time when they took part in STRRIDE study, only declined by about five percent, and the few who argued that the training at least four times a week, were now healthier than ever before ten years.
Interestingly, it seemed STRRIDE-sub & # 39 facilities that have completed moderate exercise seems to have the same long-term health benefits as those who are more trained.
Most of them have lost about ten percent of their aerobic capacity over the past decade, as well as people in the control group.
On the other hand, they have shown remarkable resilience improving metabolic health, more intense workout.
They still had a healthy blood pressure and higher insulin sensitivity than ever before, they participated in STRRIDE, even if they are rarely taught today.
In addition, they also had a healthy metabolism than men and women who trained intensively all those years ago.
Overall, these results suggest that "motion with the & # 39 is a powerful modulator for your health, and what can be some temporary effects," says William Kraus, professor of medicine and cardiology at Duke University, who was in charge of a new study.
But the consequences can Var & # 39; iravatstsa, depending on how hard someone training, according to the expert.
In order to build and maintain a high endurance, we need to sweat and strain on us. But in order to improve our health metabolic, walk would probably be enough.
Of course, this study does not explain how the movement has changed our body stable. According to Dr. Kraus we could build part of the physiological reserve.
If aerobic capacity or increase insulin sensitivity improved with physical effort, these effects while later inactivity and age, but so you can work better than if you had never been trained.
Education can also leave a lasting impact on our genes and cells, which affect health, said Dr. Krauss.
He and his colleagues hope to study the open questions in the next tests so that we can better assess how physical preparation in the past in our body affects the future. (Ad)