收藏
app订住宿立减

换成小组浏览模式

版主: 游仔

低碳、环保、健身行走天天行走---可以帮助你保持身体的健康及排出体... (详细)
    
天天行走—将可以打败24 种疾病

游仔

头衔:逍遥鸟 积分:23704 现住:香港 个人空间 发消息 加关注 离线

天天行走—将可以打败24 种疾病

(英国每日邮报2010年11月16日)游仔译

 

      每日仅仅花费30 分钟,就可以降低风险及预防受病毒侵害高达24种的疾病,包括痴呆和癌症。

日常花时间轻快步行也可通过减缓心率及可以对身体其它主要部件的健康有好处,并可以减缓我们身体因年龄而退化。

       研究人员在过去四年调查了40 项以前的案例,研究之后得出了以上结论。
 

为将来最好天天行走:根据研究人员多项调查,散步可以更好地改善健康。

 

      专家们发现不抽烟与天天行走被认为是最适合我们可以做出保持健康的最好选择。

      研究发现固定适度的体育运动,一个星期150 分钟,例如:每周五天,天天30 分钟行走或骑自行车。其好处是可以帮助包括所有年龄组中的男人和女人。

      这就是说,与患心脏病和中风相关的风险会有所减少。

      这日常的锻炼也可以在更老年龄中减少痴呆风险的有利证据。

      其他好处可以包括更多的疾病被减少及患病风险的降低,例如:骨质疏松症、2 类糖尿病、抑郁、肥胖和高血压。

      调查也发现了天天简单半小时的锻炼,会缩减患癌症的风险以及相关的疾病。

      如果你可以增加到天天锻炼一小时,然而获益也会上升,癌症的发生率会下跌更多。

      然而,当涉及到特定癌症迹象被掺和的时候。调查显示了日益增加的体育运动与减少结肠癌症之间有一种强的关系。

      另外在工作中更加活跃的人,而非仅仅在办公桌子旁呆坐,则患**癌症的机率会更低,根据临床实践的国际杂志报告。体育运动可以帮助其他癌症学习诊断恢复和改善继续生存的机会。

      物理治疗师、东方Anglia 大学的一位讲师莱斯利.奥尔福德说:“似乎是我们的身体进化后不断地变化可以做更多的活动,但现代久坐的生活方式不能完成更高程度的体育运动。”

     “调查结果清楚的告知所有年龄的男人和女人,应该鼓励他们为了长期的健康要更多去做运动。”

他接着说,可以提高日常步行效果的其他因素,包括不抽烟,吃健康食品,不超体重等。

 

 

How a daily walk can beat 24 illnesses  原文

By Daily Mail Reporter
16th November 2010

 

It takes only 30 minutes a day but could cut your risk of falling victim to up to two dozen illnesses, including dementia and cancer.

Taking the time for a brisk daily walk could also have other major health benefits by slowing down the rate at which our bodies deteriorate with age.

Researchers made the dramatic claims after examining 40 previous studies over the last four years.

 

Best foot forward: Taking a daily walk can do so much to improve health, according to researchers
 

They found that being fit and active ranks alongside not smoking as the most powerful choice we can make to stay healthy.

And its benefits are universal, helping men and women in all age groups. The study classed regular moderate physical activity as 150 minutes a week, such as 30 minutes of brisk walking or cycling, five days a week.

This, it said, is associated with a decreased risk of heart disease and stroke.

There is growing evidence that this daily bout of exercise could also decrease the risk of dementia in older age.

 

Other benefits could include a reduced risk of a list of other conditions such as osteoporosis, type 2 diabetes, depression, obesity and high blood pressure. 

Research has also found that a simple half-hour a day of exercise was associated with a reduction in the risk of cancer.

If you can step it up to an hour a day, then the gains rise as well, with the incidence of cancer falling by even more.

Evidence, however, is mixed when it comes to specific cancers. Research has shown a strong relationship between increased physical activity and reduced colon cancer in both sexes.

And men who are more active at work, rather than just sitting at a desk, have lower rates of prostate cancer, according to the report in the International Journal of Clinical Practice. Other cancer studies have shown that physical activity after diagnosis can aid recovery and improve chances of survival.

Physiotherapist Leslie Alford, a lecturer at the University of East Anglia, said: ‘It appears our bodies have evolved to function optimally on a certain level of physical activity that many of us simply do not achieve in our modern, sedentary lifestyles.

‘What is clear from the research is that men and women of all ages should be encouraged to be more physically active for the sake of their long-term health.’

He added that other factors can boost the effects of a daily walk, such as not smoking, eating healthily and not being overweight.

2010-11-21 06:50#G