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Researchers publish new recommendations on physical activity after cancer

An international group of experts led by the University of British Columbia (Canada) has established new physical exercise guidelines for cancer survivors.

Researchers publish new recommendations on physical activity after cancer
The new guidelines recommend cancer survivors 30 minutes of aerobics and strength training sessions three times a week.
Published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise , these new recommendations prescribe types of physical exercise specifically designed to treat the side effects commonly seen after cancer. Exercise during and after cancer treatment improves fatigue, anxiety, depression, physical function, quality of life and does not exacerbate lymphoedema , say the authors of the study.

The new guidelines recommend cancer survivors 30 minutes of aerobics and strength training sessions three times a week. This is a change from previous guidelines, published nearly a decade ago, that advised cancer survivors to follow the same recommendations as those addressed to the global population of 150 minutes. exercise per week.
" Exercise is considered a safe and useful way for cancer survivors to reduce the impact of cancer treatment on their physical and mental health, but the type and exact amount of exercise to treat many health outcomes different related to cancer treatment are unclearDr. Kristin Campbell, Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia and lead author of the study,
is part of a series of three papers aimed at providing new recommendations based on Evidence for integrating physical exercise into cancer prevention and treatment plans, entitled Moving Through Cancer and led by the American College of Sports Medicine, aims to guide clinicians around the world in prescribing these recommendations.

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