Exercise, oxidative stress and hormesis

@article{Radk2008ExerciseOS,
  title={Exercise, oxidative stress and hormesis},
  author={Zsolt Rad{\'a}k and Hae Young Chung and Erika Koltai and Albert William Taylor and Sataro Goto},
  journal={Ageing Research Reviews},
  year={2008},
  volume={7},
  pages={34-42}
}
Physical inactivity leads to increased incidence of a variety of diseases and it can be regarded as one of the end points of the exercise-associated hormesis curve. On the other hand, regular exercise, with moderate intensity and duration, has a wide range of beneficial effects on the body including the fact that it improves cardio-vascular function, partly by a nitric oxide-mediated adaptation, and may reduce the incidence of Alzheimer's disease by enhanced concentration of neurotrophins and… Expand
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