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     Post subject: Too much of exercise can affect heart condition
    PostPosted: March 17th, 2021, 1:20 am 

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    While exercising is healthy, overdoing it can have a negative impact. According to research, excessive exercise is known to cause serious health problems even in the heart.

    Reporting from Medical Daily, the health benefits of exercise can be lost if a person exercises above the recommended limit. Based on advice from the U.S. In the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), adults should get at least 150 minutes of light exercise a week or 75 minutes of vigorous or aerobic exercise a week.

    General strenuous exercise activities that generally include running, cycling, swimming, and dancing. Meanwhile, the recommended light intensity exercise is walking, mountain climbing, golf, sports at home, and gardening.

    The results of the study, published in the Mayo Clinic proceedings, reveal that a person must do it as suggested. It is known that someone who does extreme sports every week is more likely to experience coronary artery calcification problems (CAC).

    This health problem indicates the presence of calcium-containing plaque in the heart arteries. This is a common predictor of heart disease. These findings were obtained after research conducted on approximately 3,200 participants.

    Researchers looked at how often the participants exercised and their types of physical activity over the course of 25 years. Analysis showed that a person who exercised 450 minutes or at least 7.5 hours of moderate exercise a week, which was three times the recommended limit, had a 27 percent higher risk of developing this health problem.

    "High-intensity exercise over the time limit can cause pressure on the arteries that cause high CAC," said Jamal Rana, the researcher who was involved in the findings.

    "However, this plaque buildup may be in a more stable form and is less likely to rupture and cause heart attacks," he said.

    in Healthguideblog see the best kind of exercise.

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