Körperliche Aktivität, Bewegung und Sport bei chronisch-entzündlichen Darmerkrankungen View Full Text


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2018-08

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Heimo H. Wenzl

ABSTRACT

A regular exercise regimen exerts beneficial effects on health of the general population and is recommended by the World Health Organization. In patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), physical activity is reduced due mainly to symptoms and limitations caused by the disease. Nevertheless, many patients consider exercise to have positive effects on the disease course and to improve general wellbeing. In clinical studies physical activity of low or moderate intensity for IBD patients in remission and those with mild disease did not result in deterioration and was associated with improved quality of life. High physical activity before diagnosis might reduce the occurrence of Crohn’s disease but data are limited. Physical activity could mediate the course of IBD by its effects on autophagy, immune function and the intestinal flora, and by psychological effects via the gut–brain axis. Strenuous and long-lasting exercise has unknown consequences on the course of disease but can disturb gastrointestinal function even in healthy people. Although specific evidence-based guidelines are lacking it appears safe to recommend regular physical activity to patients in remission and to those with mild disease. Type and intensity of activities and exercises have to be adapted on an individual basis. More... »

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