Exercise and breast cancer risk reduction

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Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed invasive malignancy and the second leading cause of cancer death in women. This chapter considers epidemiologic evidence regarding the association between physical activity and breast cancer risk from 73 studies conducted around the world. The associations were strongest for recreational activity, for activity sustained over the lifetime or done after menopause, and for activity that is of moderate to vigorous intensity and performed regularly.

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Engaging in regular exercise is good for you for many reasons, and one of them is to lower your risk of getting breast cancer. Many studies conducted over the past 20 years have shown consistently that an increase in physical activity is linked to a lower breast cancer risk. How exercising lowers breast cancer risk is not fully understood.

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We look at why this is and consider whether exercise might also influence the levels of endocrine disrupting chemicals EDCs in our bodies. Exercise helps prevent breast cancer in women of all ages, but is especially beneficial for post-menopausal women 3. Physical activity also helps those who have breast cancer.

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Physical activity is defined as any movement that uses skeletal muscles and requires more energy than does resting. Physical activity can include working, exercising, performing household chores, and leisure-time activities such as walking, tennis, hiking, bicycling, and swimming. Physical activity is essential for people to maintain a balance between the number of calories consumed and the number of calories used.

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Many studies have found a link between regular exercise and a lower risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer or breast cancer coming back recurrence. Brisk walking is considered moderate intensity exercise. A French study has found that postmenopausal women who exercised regularly in the last 4 years had a lower risk of breast cancer than postmenopausal women who exercised less during the 4 years.

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We all know exercise is fantastic for us physically and mentally. Exercise helps to maintain a healthy weight, strengthens bones and muscles, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome, improves the ability to do daily activities and improves mental health and mood. Maybe surprising to some, is that exercise also reduces the risk of certain cancers, including breast cancer initiation and recurrence.

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Evidence shows that you can reduce your risk of developing breast cancer by being physically active on a regular basis. This includes any activity done for 10 minutes or more that makes you breathe harder and get warmer, while still allowing you to carry on a conversation. You should aim for around minutes a week of this type of activity.

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Here's another reason to get active: Exercise may reduce the risk of 13 types of cancer, a new study finds. Researchers analyzed information from 1. Participants were asked whether they did moderate or vigorous exercise in their free time, like walking, swimming or running, and how much physical activity they got.

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Women who get regular exercise physical activity have a lower risk of breast cancer than women who are not active [ ]. When the evidence is looked at as a whole, regular exercise appears to lower breast cancer risk by percent [ ]. This benefit is seen most clearly in postmenopausal women [ ].

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