Exercise to Reduce Fatigue

Posted on March 2, 2008  Comments (2)

Low-Intensity Exercise Edges Out Fatigue — Without Requiring Lots of Sweat

If fatigue hounds your days, a little exercise may shoo it away without leaving you drenched with sweat. So say University of Georgia researchers. In a new study, they report that healthy young adults who say they’re tired all the time got an energy boost from a low-intensity workout plan.

Here’s all it took: three sessions per week of pedaling a stationary bicycle at a mild pace. They didn’t need to train every day, and they didn’t push themselves too far — just far enough to shake their fatigue

As I have said before, I have found exercise reduces fatigue myself.

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2 Responses to “Exercise to Reduce Fatigue”

  1. myikram
    March 6th, 2008 @ 3:32 pm

    yes, absolutely agree with you, the proper exercise 2-3 times per week, train our body to fight against fatigue. But, if the exercise is over our physical limit, it can lead to fatigue, haha..just my opinion…

  2. CuriousCat: How Aerobic Exercise Suppresses Appetite
    December 14th, 2008 @ 8:37 pm

    “Those of you who run, bike, swim, or otherwise engage in aerobic exercise have probably noticed that in spite of burning scads of calories during your chosen activity, the last thing you feel when you’re finished is hungry…”

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