Exercise may kill cancer cells and prevent cancer. Why don’t you move quickly?

Friends who often pay attention to health headlines will know that we often recommend sports.

There are too many benefits of exercise. It can promote muscle and bone growth, improve blood circulation, improve physical adaptability, relieve tension psychologically, stretch body and mind, and cultivate sentiment.

But do you believe it or not that exercise can kill tumors?

Exercise: Tumor Nemesis?

Some foreign researchers have published research in authoritative academic journals. The result is that in mice, exercise can directly reduce tumors. Mice that persist in exercise have stronger immune systems than mice that do not love exercise.

Tumor cells have always been produced in the human body. Why not all people have tumors?

It is precisely because the human body has a system to clean up garbage-the immune system. The garbage here includes bacteria, viruses and tumor cells that scare us.

In most cases, our immune system is in an absolute advantage, just like a group of soldiers who love their posts and work hard. Even if they die with tumor cells, they will nip them in the bud.

With the increase of age, the ability of the immune system decreases, or the number of tumor cells in the body increases, and the tumor occurs before the immune cells can be cleaned up.

Can’t change the age, then exercise! Exercise can stimulate the immune system, activate more immune cells and improve immunity.

How do middle-aged and elderly people exercise?

With the growth of age, various functions of the human body are slowly declining. In the choice of sports, we should also consider carefully. How can the middle-aged and the elderly carry out effective and healthy sports?

1. Sports:

Jogging, square dancing, cycling, mountaineering and other sports can be chosen. If the knee is not good, you can change to walking or swimming. Taijiquan is a traditional Chinese sports, combined with their own physical activities, breathing and breathing, psychological adjustment, is also a very good medium and small light aerobic exercise.

2. Exercise Intensity:

The intensity of exercise can be monitored by the heart rate (the number of heartbeats per minute). During exercise, remember not to let the heart rate exceed 170 minus your age. For example, for people aged 50, it is better to control the heart rate below 120 beats per minute.

3. Exercise time:

Exercise time generally lasts for about 30 minutes, and physical exercise time mainly depends on the amount of exercise. People suffering from chronic diseases, such as diabetes, hypertension and coronary heart disease, can increase exercise time at low intensity first, and then slowly increase exercise intensity. Make sufficient preparations before physical exercise.

Middle-aged and elderly people, especially patients with cardiovascular diseases, exercise should be carried out under the guidance of doctors or sports instructors. Before exercise, a comprehensive physical examination should also be conducted so that doctors can decide that how exercise is safe.

When exercising, you should step by step and pay attention to the changes of your body at any time. It is best not to exercise when you have a cold, fever or other physical discomfort. Patients with cardiovascular diseases should bring common first aid drugs and patients with diabetes should bring candy to prevent accidents.

In order to be healthy and stay away from tumors, the whole family [move] together!