The benefits of exercise in people with cancer Sport Regular prevents the occurrence of many diseases such as cancer Everyone has heard the many benefits that regular exercise brings, but we are not only improving strength, speed , flexibility and endurance, because if we analyze the benefits it can bring us the exercise we find that to others to improve overall fitness, helps to: – Increasing the functioning of the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, we ensure that oxygen reaches to tissues and helps eliminate toxins from our body, which gives us greater longevity and slows the symptoms of old age .- Strengthens bones, cartilage, tendons and ligaments so that not only increase our strength, but also our flexibility and balance .- releases endorphins that promote the elimination of stress and fall asleep, so it is recommended in cases of anxiety and depression .- In others, has beneficial effects on weight loss, cholesterol control (it helps to dissolve blood clots) and improves our physical appearance. We know the important role that sport plays in preventing illness and disease, for example, exercise increases the frequency of bowel movements, making the removal of more toxins and carcinogens that accumulate as waste and can cause cancer colon. But now these benefits are also transferred to cancer patients, and this is something much more innovative, because although we knew that exercise helps to reduce considerably the risks of cancer, had not studied its effect on people in treatment active. Most people with this disease have to cope with severe treatments that cause a great feeling of tiredness. Make small controlled exercise sessions (always after a review of the patient's health status) may be beneficial to the fatigue counter that other long-term help to alleviate the symptoms of the disease and raise the morale of patients. A great example of courage and overcoming it staged a few days ago about thirty people in Madrid who came together to share experiences and promote sport among those affected. To view this and other articles on the author's Web click the following link:.