Researchers from the United States have concluded that regular physical activity helps to reduce the risk of thrombosis due to fatty liver disease.
People suffering from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) are most susceptible to heart failure, strokes, thrombosis and cancer, wrote in the publication Hepatology.
Currently, no drugs have been invented that would help eliminate NAFLD, but as a result of the research work of American experimenters, an alternative way to stabilize the health of people suffering from such a disease has been found – this is regular physical education.
In order to come to such conclusions, the scientists recruited 24 volunteers to participate in the experiment, who were engaged in special physical exercises for 20 days.
As a result, it turned out that those people who conscientiously participated in all the trainings were able to improve a number of indicators of their health. In particular, their blood sugar levels changed, fat masses in the liver decreased, and there was also an overall improvement in well-being.