Colloquium On ‘exercise Science And Health Promotion’

Exercise and healthy diet ease agony of arthritis

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During the colloquium the recent trends in exercise prescription in chronic disease prevention and rehabilitation will be discussed. The colloquium will be inaugurated by Dr K. Ramnarayan, vice-chancellor, Manipal University. Eminent professionals, Dr Ross Arena, University of Illinois , Chicago, USA, Dr. Marco Guazzi, University of Milano, Italy, Dr Kari, Norwegian University of Sports Medicine, Norway will join Manipal University faculty members to discuss and develop guidelines for exercise prescription in various chronic disease.
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Exercise Benefits People with Asthma

The results, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, found that the average weight loss was greater in the diet and exercise group and the diet group compared with the exercise group. When compared with the exercise group, the diet and exercise group had less knee pain, better function, faster walking speed and better physical health-related quality of life. People in the diet and exercise and diet groups had greater reductions in interleukin 6 (a measure of inflammation) levels than those in the exercise group. Weightloss and exercise led to improved mobility in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee [GETTY] One of our clearest messages to people with osteoarthritis of the knee is to lose weight if youre overweight and to keep as physically fit and active as possible as research has shown that the benefits can be very great Professor Alan Silman, medical director of Arthritis Research UK And those in the diet group had greater reductions in knee compressive force than those in the exercise group. The researchers wrote: Osteoarthritis and other obesity-related diseases place an enormous physical and financial burden on the health-care system.
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They move, breathe, circulate blood, stretch, lift, and activate every muscle and bone in their bodies, day in and day out. It’s a statistical fact that we’re getting fatter and fatter, so what is science really doing for us? I now know why we shouldn’t lean so much on science. The reason isn’t Dr Mosely, or any other book. It’s not carbs, or fat grams, or a Zumba v CrossFit argument.
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Why exercise trumps science

Some people simply forget to use them whilst others use them but not regularly enough to prevent asthma attacks, said lead author Kristin Carson, a doctoral student specializing in respiratory medicine at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide, Australia. She considers physical exercise a valuable alternative approach to help control asthma attacks. Asthma, a chronic condition, has become increasingly common in recent decades, note the reviews authors, affecting 350 million people worldwide and accounting for 1 in every 250 deaths. The authors note that the benefits of exercise persist despite the fact that exercise is itself a common trigger of asthma attacks, along with others including pollen, and other airborne allergens.
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