How does exercise help boost immunity?

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Speaking of exercise – sweating. Benefits beyond muscle strength Cardiovascular disease, said by James Turner, Professor at the University of Bath in the United Kingdom.

150 minutes of moderate-intensity general physical activity per week Or do 75 minutes of vigorous exercise per week. It will help the functioning of the immune system better. There is an interesting way to exercise. ทางเข้า


A recent study in Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity found that the transition from prolonged sleep go to the gym By cycling regularly for 10 weeks, the number of T-cells increased to fight infection. or various pathogens

Cardio exercise

The intensity was moderate for 5 times a week. or take a cycling class with a speed range of 15 – 60 seconds for 3 times a week It will help stimulate the immune system to work more efficiently. and make muscles strong

HIIT workout

It is an intense exercise that takes 10-30 minutes, starting with hard exercise. Get your heart rate up to 85-90 percent, then switch to light exercise. before going back to exercising all over the body repeating the loop until the end Although it provides benefits comparable to cardio. But don’t do it too often. Because it may cause the body system to work too hard. It is recommended to do this only 2-3 times a week.

weight lifting

It stimulates the muscles of the cardiovascular system. and the response of the immune system to work normally It is recommended to train with weights 2-3 days per week, doing 8-12 sets of weights, lifting at least 60-70 percent of the maximum you can lift in one repetition.

In addition to the above exercises Turner also highlights other factors that affect the immune system. Whether getting enough sleep Choose to eat foods that are nutritious and most importantly, always maintain good hygiene.