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Show business news:Exercise also helps prevent many chronic diseases. We'll tell you which ones.
Type 2 diabetes
Exercise helps people with diabetes manage their blood sugar. Your muscles use glucose when you exercise, even if you are insulin resistant. This in turn helps to lower total glucose levels. Numerous studies have shown that regular physical activity improves insulin sensitivity. Most people with type 2 diabetes are overweight. Therefore, it is best to start with low-intensity exercises.
Regular exercise reduces the number and intensity of asthma attacks. Most patients benefit from short high intensity exercises. Long cardio training is undesirable. Ask your doctor for appropriate training. And don't forget to take asthma medicine before exercise.
Reduced sex drive
Training increases it in both men and women. In one study, men reported that their sexual function had improved after 9 months of intense training. They are also convinced that physical proximity has gotten better. They received more satisfaction than before sports.
A study on women showed the same results. Women who exercised on a workout bike for 20 minutes were more aroused while watching adult movies than those who did not exercise. Improving intimacy is also linked to the fact that people increase self-esteem after training.
Training helps us sleep better. And lack of sleep increases the risk of skipping workouts the next day. These things are interconnected. But you will not immediately feel the benefits of sleep. One study found that people had overcome insomnia only after 4 months of regular training.
People with depression have one big problem – demotivation. But if you find the strength to go into training, your condition will improve. Exercise releases endorphin. Cheer up and distract from thoughts of sad things. Over time, depression disappears.
You probably already know that exercise reduces the risk of memory problems, including dementia. But you don't have to wait for old age. Start enjoying the benefits of your workout now. Exercise increases blood flow to your brain. Improves concentration and memory.
Exercise during menopause helps reduce the incidence of hot flashes. Especially if the exercise is intense and makes you sweat. According to one study, menopausal women had less hot flashes after 4 months of training than before.
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