Long-term exercise may reduce menopause-related morbidity

Long-term exercise may reduce menopause-related morbidity

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Multipurpose exercise programmes are preferable in the primary or secondary prevention of menopause-related risk factors and diseases in the long term, providing significant benefits for postmenopausal women, according to 16-year data from the Erlangen Fitness and Prevention Study (EFOPS).
27 Sep 2016 - General
It is cent percent right that exercise is very beneficial for healthy body and brain. Physical activity like exercise is helpful for fit and active physical state. Exercise is not the much tough task, we just need to make a daily routine for it. It has multiple benefits including weight loss, prevention of heart diseases, effective in controlling diabetes and prevention of menopause-related risk factors including primary and secondary diseases. Exercise has also long term effects of ageing as it...
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Again, regular exercise has proven to be a beneficial preventive measure. This study showed that exercise programmes can help to prevent menopause-related risk factors and disease in the long term. It is a known fact that regular exercise regimen is good for health, and help in prevention of cardiovascular disease and other medical conditions. Sedimentary, inactive lifestyle will usually increase the risks of having growth in body mass index, metabolic syndrome, hypercholesterolemia, type 2 dia...
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