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It had not been heard before! A study is published showing how exercise increases the risk of this disease
Written by SOT.COM.AL 11 Qershor 2021
Regular and strenuous exercise increases the risk of motor neurone disease in people who are genetically vulnerable.
Scientists at the University of Sheffield in the UK say no one should stop exercising as a result of their study, but express hope that these findings could lead to ways of examining people who may be at higher risk. .
According to the study, about one in 300 people generally develop motor neurone disease.
This disease affects the ability of people to move, speak, and even breathe, as motor neurons that carry messages from the brain to the muscles fail.
The disease can dramatically shorten people's lives.
"We have said with conviction that exercise is a risk factor for motor neurone disease," said Dr. Johnathan Cooper-Knock, one of the researchers.
"The number of high-profile athletes affected by the disease is no coincidence," he said.
The study was published in the medical journal EBioMedicine.
Exercises for more than 15-30 minutes on more than 2-3 days a week were defined as regular and strenuous exercises.
But, obviously, most people who exercise that way, do not develop motor neurone disease.
"We do not know who is in danger and we would not go so far as to advise who should and who should not exercise. "If everyone stops exercising, it would do more harm than good," said Dr Cooper-Knock.