Running can do well for knee, study says
The study investigated 15 runners under 30 years of age and no history of problems knee or arthritis to examine your knees after recreational races (those that do not aim at great distances or speed). The results, published in the European journal of Applied Physiology, show that only half an hour of running already helps to change the interior of the knee. , reducing the chances of inflammation and arthritis. "In young, healthy individuals, recreational racing can generate a long-term beneficial anti-inflammatory environment for knee health," says researcher Robert Hyldahl. [
] In addition, another similar study by Baylor College of Medicine, in the United States, found that the effects of running on knee health are also reflected in the future, reducing the chances or slowing the onset of arthrosis, a painful degenerative disease that affects millions of people around the world.
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