Doing Sports Removes the Negative Effects of Alcohol

doing sportsPhysical activity can not exclude all negative consequences caused by alcohol consumption, however, doing sports helps to reduce the risk of many diseases caused by excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages.This conclusion was made by British specialists, and they believe that physical activity significantly reduces the risk of development of cancer and cardiovascular diseases due to alcohol abuse. According to experts, they carefully studied all the archival data for the period from 1994 to 2006 for Scotland and England. It turned out that people who abuse alcohol are more likely than others to develop many diseases, but this is provided if they have a sedentary lifestyle.Scientists have found that people who have a sober lifestyle are the least likely to die prematurely, but those who exceed the weekly alcohol limit by several units, but regularly do sports are also included in this group. Experts stressed that people who drink two or four times a week can exclude themselves from the risk group if they devote lessons in the gym or jogging about two to three hours a week.

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