Exercise and Acne
In this article you will learn how to exercise and acne are related. Some argue that exercise is a cause of acne while some argue that the exercise reduces the risk of acne, and the future of the outbreak. However, it has been shown that exercise is beneficial for people with acne.
A recent study conducted in 29 men divided into three equal groups. A group of regular exercisers, a group which never exercises and a group of irregular exercisers. The study found that the first group who exercised regularly did not develop acne, while the other two groups developed acne.
It is therefore clear that exercise reduces acne, but do you know how it reduces acne and what changes occur in your body to help reduce acne. Now you will learn how these changes occur.
The cardiovascular system:
The term refers to the network of arteries, veins and capillaries penetrated into the dermis of the skin. Exercise helps regulate continuous blood flow throughout the body. Regular exercise provides a good supply of blood in the dermis and the walls of hair follicles.
The lungs and oxygen:
Regular exercise increases your lung capacity to inhale more oxygen than usual. Did you know that only 16 percent of the oxygen is absorbed by the lungs in one breath. Regular exercise significantly increases the percentage of oxygen consumption, and when it comes to skin cells, it fosters them extensively. Each cell uses oxygen to create triphosphate ATP molecule that provides energy for the overall functionality of the cell itself and the whole body.
Hormones play a vital role in your body. What are hormones and why they are needed in your body? Good question! You know your body has many organs which needs to be interconnected. Interconnect media is the nervous system, consisting of your brain, spinal cord and nerves of small size. Another way of the interconnection are the hormones. What is the difference between the two? Although the nervous system is exceptionally fast means of communication between body organs is still a medium that connects your body needs in terms of rapidly changing demand on your body. The provision of all hormones is controlled by the pituitary gland in your brain.
Thus, the hormones also regulate body temperature, and various other aspects of your bodily functions. When you move, they trigger the sweat glands produce sweat to maintain body temperature at an optimum level. More sweat, less likely to develop acne in sweat to open clogged pores and hair follicles.
Exercise and relaxation:
As we have mentioned above that the hormones interconnects all the organs of the body, daily exercise regulates certain types of hormones responsible for mood. Some hormones make you laugh, while certain hormones make you cry. Since stress is one of the greatest precursors of acne, exercise reduces the risk of aggravation of acne.
Exercise regularly and watch in a couple of weeks, blackheads and pimples on the skin gradually disappear and the skin is soft.
About the author:
Helen has been an expert in skin health writing specifically on the subject of acne. Her work has been published on various websites and magazines and provides insightful advice for skin disease, home remedies for acne sufferers.