Sökning: "Daglig aktivitet"
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Sammanfattning : Frakturer är ett stort och dessutom ökande samhällsproblem. Genom att stärka skelettet och muskulaturen kan risken för frakturer minskas. Hög fysisk aktivitet är associerad med hög benmassa, gynnsam skelettstruktur, god muskelfunktion och låg risk att drabbas av frakturer. LÄS MER
2. The Influence of Physical Activity on Musculoskeletal Characteristics and Fracture Risk at Growth
Sammanfattning : Physical Activity (PA) can improve neuromuscular development. A high level of physical activity can perhaps however lead to more fractures. This is a longitudinal population-based exercise intervention study where the school-based physical education (PE) in one school is increased from mean 60 min/week to mean 200 min/ week. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Osteoporosis and related fractures are a global health problem. Physical activity, especially during growth, has been suggested as a strategy to improve musculoskeletal health in the population. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Background: Regular participation in physical activity or organized exercise is regarded as one important lifestyle factor that could improve musculoskeletal health, fitness and body composition. For children and adolescents physical activity is important not only in training of the neuromuscular system, coordination and balance, but in a wider perspective, for adopting a lifestyle that possibly reduces the risk of coronary artery disease, obesity, osteoporosis and other contributors to morbidity and mortality in the population. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : The aim of this thesis was to identify the influence of calcium, physical activity and detraining on bone mass and bone size in girls and young women. We hypothesised that calcium intake above a specific level does not enhance the accrual of bone mineral, that exercise predominantly influences the skeleton in the early pubertal period and that reduced training is followed by a loss of exercise-induced skeletal benefits. LÄS MER