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Twenty Minutes Of Exercise A Day ‘wards Off Flu’: Risk Can Be Reduced By 10% With Regular Activity

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As children have been identified as being the biggest spreaders of flu, Flusurvey researchers suggest that flu cases have been curbed partly because of low rates among young people. Figures have also shown that last winter had some of the lowest rates of flu infection in recent years due in part to the large amount of rain and mild weather Dr Alma Adler, ambassador for National Science & Engineering Week and Research Fellow at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine said; Were really interested in the preliminary findings around fitness activity and flu-like illness, as exercise is something that everyone can do to reduce your chance of having flu. We need to treat this result cautiously as these are preliminary findings, however they are consistent with findings for other conditions and really show the health benefits of exercise. Although many people have dodged the flu bullet this winter, flu can occur at any time, so taking advantage of the better weather is a great opportunity to get out and get fit to ward off flu this spring. The annual UK Flusurvey, now in its fifth year, is an online system for measuring influenza trends and uniquely collects data directly from the public through an online questionnaire at flusurvey.org.uk.
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Exercise Your Way to an Exciting Sex Life!

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Aerial exercise classes offer new spin on fitness

Using a variety of movements mixed with high intensity interval training is a sure way to boost hormones. When the human body is put under exercise stress for a period of 20 to 40 seconds, with a short designated rest period (two minutes or until the heart rate drops), this causes the bodys production of human growth hormones to increase, with the added benefit of developing better cardiovascular health. The better the blood flow through your heart, the stronger the circulation will be to the genitals. Again, men and women will just feel better overall with regular high intensity interval training.
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