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Effects of lack of exercise

Lack of exercise causes many problems with, little or no exercise, you are more at risk for heart disease. Inactive people are twice as likely to have heart disease as active people. Lack of exercise is associated with obesity, increased blood pressure, increased risk of diabetes, high cholesterol.

 

1. What health problems are partly caused by a lack of exercise?
Lack of physical exercise partly causes many health problems such as cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, coronary heart disease and certain cancers, according to the Johns Hopkins Medicine Health Library. Physical activity also significantly reduces risk for disease in general.

2. What are the effects of not exercising?
Quick Answer. The effects of not exercising include increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer and obesity, according to WebMD.

3. How does exercise prevent obesity?
Experts agree that regular exercise is one of the most effective ways to prevent obesity (see Obesity Prevention). It is also important for people who are overweight or obese to incorporate exercise into their daily activity.

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