Negative Impacts Or Adverse Effects Of Excessive Running?
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Running excessively in general will not cause a direct effect on the kidneys, stomach or lungs. Because when running excessively whether it's too fast for a long duration or not going to rest then the body will experience a condition of lack of oxygen or hypoxia. When hypoxia occurs slowly the muscles will feel achy and even painful, the body feels very tired, and even the vision can become dizzy until decreased consciousness. So that the body will indirectly stop sports activities when fatigue before more severe damage occurs.
Human organs and muscle tissue and skin need oxygen so that the cells of these organs and tissues can stay alive, if this lack of oxygen lasts long enough there will be damage to the death of cells in the organ or in muscle and skin tissue. That is why when exhausted to do sports that are very in force, then a few hours later there will be a strong enough pain in the muscles as a sign that there has been damage to cells in the muscles due to not fulfilling oxygen demand
Hypoxia does not only occur in muscles, so damage to brain tissue and other organs can occur, but doing extreme sports in general rarely causes this directly because the body seems to give signals by way of sight becoming dizzy until decreased consciousness so that eventually physical activity the extreme stopped.
So it's best to avoid doing extreme sports, but do it in stages so that the body is accustomed to being able to adapt to run in a rarely far, fast, and longer duration than before. Because although the possibility of tissue damage other than muscle is not so big, but if done repeatedly, it can be great too.
In addition, running too fast or too long also has the potential to cause injury to the feet, ranging from sprains, shifts in their own feet, to the occurrence of torn leg muscles.
In short, exercise is good for health, but sports that are performed in force are actually not having a better impact than doing sports in a reasonable way, the recommended exercise is around 30-45 minutes each session. Doing exercise from 1 hour non-stop does not provide benefits that are too different when compared with the recommended duration, but instead has the potential to cause the body to be unable to meet the oxygen needs of muscle cells or cells in other organs and body tissues.
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