Research results from famous Australia's Monash University suggests that running has a positive impact on our body as it increases the production of cartilage, which safeguards our joints from arthritis.
Bellarmine University did some research work found that fit women were 6% more likely to have better hearing capabilities as that of women who were less-fit. This proved that exercise improves circulation to the ear and therefore providing greater supply of nutrients to our ears and help preserve hearing.
SAVES YOUR SKIN
Research done by Rutgers found that mice who drank caffeinated water and then ran (similar to humans) had fewer skin-cancer tumors than those rodents who either just got caffeine or just ran. The caffeine-exercise combo mitigated the formation of damaged cells.
Now say no to painkillers. A study done by University of Gothenburg in Sweden have come up with result that migraine sufferers experienced comparatively few head pounder when they worked out for 40 minutes three times a week for past three months than those who didn’t.
“Muscles mass declines over time” it’s a common myth. It depends upon our lifestyle. University of Illinois researchers have found that exercise can triggers a type of stem cell called as mesenchymal stem cells to force other cells to generate new muscle. This process may prevent the age-related muscle loss.
Feeling panicked about the upcoming work presentation? Then go for a run. A survey was conducted by a team of researchers from Southern Methodist University which is near Dallas, and found that people significantly had milder reactions to stress if they regularly engaged themselves in intense aerobic exercise.
Finnish researchers have conducted a study on 2,560 middle-aged men over 17 years and have found that active men were least likely to die because of cancer, especially in the gastrointestinal tract or lungs. Therefore the conclusion was made that “the more intense exercise, the better it is”.
University of Illinois conducted experiment to see how exercise stacks up against other mental stimulants. Researchers exposed mice to three types of brain boosters— one was savory foods, other was new toys and the last was exercise wheels. The wheel came out to be the the only tool which actually improved cognitive function.
Weight-bearing exercises can help our body increase bone density and which guard us against fractures and osteoporosis like health problems. According to a research conducted by the University of Missouri shows that the high-impact exercise, like running, can appears offers us the greatest protective benefit.