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How Cardio Activity May Prevent Illness

By Johnie Casias

We all know that aerobics is a great, low impact exercise that benefits our health. What a lot don’t know is that it has also been linked with reducing the chances of developing heart disease and certain cancers.

Half an hour a day isn’t hard find when you know that it can reduce the risk of developing cancer of the colon by 30-40 percent. You only need to exercise moderately to achieve this so it is well worth the effort.

As well as colon cancer, women who exercise for 30 minutes a day are protecting themselves from developing cancer of the breast by a significant 30%. A lot of women don’t realise these additional health benefits of aerobics.

If you are unfortunate in that you are already a cancer sufferer, aerobics can also greatly assist you in the treatment of the disease.

The most recent study has shown that if you participate in a vigorous work out so that your heart reaches its maximum rate for half an hour, 5 days a week, the fatigue that cancer treatment causes can be greatly relieved.

As well as fatigue, cancer sufferers find themselves suffering from depression and extreme anxiety, which is no surprise to be honest. Once again, vigorous exercise can relieve these feelings thanks to the endorphins being released.

We have always known that aerobics is one of the best cardio workouts that you can do. It strengthens and conditions the heart so the risks of developing cardiovascular disease are greatly reduced. If you suffer from high blood pressure, you will benefit from aerobic exercise, and blood vessels that have stiffened will also be relieved.

I could bang on about the health benefits you get from aerobic for hours, there is literally that many of them. Start of slowly and then build up gradually, but ensure it is regular, daily is best. It may seem like a chore at first, but stick with it and in no time you’ll be feeling great.

In addition to fitness, this writer also frequently pens articles on the layer3switch.com.

categories: exercise,fitness,nutrition,disease,medicine,health,weight loss,self improvement,happiness,motivation,women,men’s issues,science,psychology

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Casias, Johnie . "How Cardio Activity May Prevent Illness." How Cardio Activity May Prevent Illness. 23 Mar. 2010. uberarticles.com. 29 Dec 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/exercise/why-aerobics-might-inhibit-disease/>.

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