Thursday, 19 January 2012

Running a marathon heart damage

Before this many believe that if we do regular sports activities, we are able to maintain a healthy body. However, there are some fitness activities that need to be addressed because it can adversely affect health.

The study by the University of Melbourne, Australia recently found that those who do extreme activities like running a marathon and mountain climbing at very high risk for heart disease.

In a study of 40 athletes, researchers found that those who are actively doing sports shows signs of damage to the heart of the right ventricle and fibrosis of the heart muscle damage.


The finding, published in European Heart Journal.


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