Breast cancer excercise


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Women who get regular exercise physical activity have a lower risk of breast cancer than women who are not active [ ]. When the evidence is looked at as a whole, regular exercise appears to lower breast cancer risk by percent [ ]. This benefit is seen most clearly in postmenopausal women [ ].

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Exercises After Breast Cancer Surgery

Exercise appeared far more likely than other lifestyle factors to reduce the risk for breast cancer recurrence and mortality, according to a review published in Canadian Medical Association Journal. Although physical activity showed the strongest benefit, people who did not gain weight also demonstrated lower risk for breast cancer recurrence and mortality. When researchers assessed the effects of diet on prognosis and overall health, they determined soy consumption may not be as harmful as previously suggested for women diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Exercise and Breast Cancer Protection: What, Why and How?

Exercise is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Research has shown that women who exercise have an improved quality of life and have fewer side effects during and following treatment. Exercise has also been shown to enhance overall health and wellness, improve mood, reduce fatigue, and increase stamina.

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But how does exercise help? Christine Friedenreich, scientific leader of cancer epidemiology and prevention research at Alberta Health Services, and her colleagues had identified body fat as a possible pathway to lowering cancer risk. In an earlier study, they found that women exercising minutes a week showed dramatic drops in total body fat, abdominal fat and other adiposity measures. That inspired the team to examine more closely the effects of the commonly recommended minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise a week on body fat measures.