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Always train at the same time, so weight loss is maintained

Keep the time of day in which you train constant, regardless of whether it is morning, afternoon or evening. This is one of the secrets to maintaining weight loss according to a study by the Brown Alpert Medical School, published in the journal Obesity. 

Always train at the same time, so weight loss is maintained

The study was conducted on 375 adults, who successfully maintained weight loss and engaged in moderate-to-intense physical activity: most reported consistency at the time of the day devoted to exercise, with the morning soon that was the most commonly used moment for this commitment. 

The study also showed that being consistent and constant in physical activity times was also associated with higher training levels. "Our results - explains Dale Bond, senior author of the study - justify future experimental research to determine whether promoting constancy at the time of the day when planned and structured physical activity is performed can help people reach and sustain higher levels of training. It will also be important to determine if there is a specific time of day that is more beneficial for people who have low initial levels of physical activity to develop a habit of training . "

READ MORE: Smoke and heart attack, the woman risks more than the man

Always train at the same time, so weight loss is maintained

The smoke is a major risk factor not only for heart disease, but also for other organs such as the lungs, arteries, the gastro-intestinal tract and more. Only four years ago, there were over 933 million smokers in the world, more than 80% men. The difference between the sexes today has been reduced. 

Just the substantial almost parity urged the researchers to study the differences in the possible effects on his and her cardiovascular system.

A study taken from the Swedish National Register on Myocardial Infarction (Swedish Heart Intensive Care Admission) carried out at the University of Uppsala has shown that smoking gives women a greater risk of heart attack compared to men under 65 years of age. An interesting research by JohnPalmer of the University of Sheffield in Great Britain was published last June in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 


Over 3,340 patients (27% women) hospitalized for acute myocardial infarction were studied between 2009 and 2014. The percentage of those who had a pack of cigarettes in their pockets was similar between the two sexes (46% among women, 47% among men). For smokers, the highest percentage of heart attacks was between 50 and 60, non-smokers were better, the bar rose between 70 and 80 years.

A very interesting fact in the study was that, compared to those who did not smoke, the risk of heart attack among smokers was over six and a half times higher for women and four times higher for men, respectively. Even more interesting: among women under the age of 50 the risk of smoking was well over 13 times higher than in non-smokers. Women would therefore appear to be subjected to smoking far greater than their male counterparts, and this in particular at a younger age. 

Why? The protective effects of estrogens, due to their action on lipids, on the prevention in the development of atherosclerosis and on the vasodilation of the arteries have long been known. 


It has been seen that cigarette smoking inhibits both the production and the action of estrogens, thus eliminating an important protective factor for women, especially if they are young. Other mechanisms that can lead to heart attacks, and which are more frequent in women, are inflammation, coronary spasm or vasculitis. All can be accentuated by smoking. In fact, nicotine produces coronary vasospasm, a more frequent infarct mechanism in women. 

A positive fact highlighted by the study: there are no differences in risk between those who have never smoked and ex-smokers. This means that the increased risk of heart attack is reversible.
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About Minh Hiếu

Le Minh Hieu is a national-level weightlifter and a Singapore Weightlifting sports performance coach. Hieu's biggest passion is helping everyone find confidence, happiness, and health through fitness.


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