2019
DOI: 10.1007/s42978-019-0002-y
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Abstract: Exercise inevitably induces damages and triggers a brief inflammation in challenged tissues of the human body. Nevertheless, regular exercise is associated with improved physical fitness and lower all-cause mortality among adults in a dosedependent manner. The paradox between destructive nature of exercise and its anti-aging benefit can be best explained by decreasing aged cell population of the human body in a Darwinian natural selection fashion, resulting in tissue renewal. In this concept, the unfit-to-fit … Show more

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“…Untersuchungen zeigen, dass diese durch körperliche Aktivität reduziert werden. „The paradox between destructive nature of exercise and its anti-aging benefit can be best explained by decreasing aged cell population of the human body in a Darwinian natural selection fashion, resulting in tissue renewal.“ 20…”
Section: Bewegung Als Pille Mit Pleiotroper Wirkungmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Untersuchungen zeigen, dass diese durch körperliche Aktivität reduziert werden. „The paradox between destructive nature of exercise and its anti-aging benefit can be best explained by decreasing aged cell population of the human body in a Darwinian natural selection fashion, resulting in tissue renewal.“ 20…”
Section: Bewegung Als Pille Mit Pleiotroper Wirkungmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…benefit can be best explained by decreasing aged cell population of the human body in a Darwinian natural selection fashion, resulting in tissue renewal. "[20] ▪ Nicht ganz so neu dagegen sind die Erkenntnisse zur Rolle der körperlichen Aktivität bei der Neurogenese: "The discovery that exercise regulates adult hippocampal neurogenesis, that is, the production of new neurons in the adult brain, was surprising news and changed quite fundamentally our view on how physical activity affects the brain. "[21] Diese Erkenntnisse werden auch konkret für die Entwicklung von Bewegungsprogrammen genutzt (z.…”
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confidence: 99%