Sunday, 11 June 2017

Regular walking decreases Symptoms and Complications of Patients with Asthma

Kyle J. Norton(Scholar, Master of Nutrients), all right reserved.
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Regular physical activity has long been found to associate to the prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and other chronic diseases, but regular walking in contribution of pulmonary disease (PD) such as asthma have been a concern.

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease affecting the air way of the lung with recurring symptoms, such as wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and coughing. The disease affects people of all ages, and mostly starts during childhood. In the United States, approximately, asthma affects 25 million people, 7 million of them are children.

In a in 6-minute walking study included a total of 138 asthma patients: 53 (38.4%) obese and 85 (61.6%) nonobese, after 12-week PR program, patients with asthma showed a clinically relevant improvement of 46.5% of nonobese and 51.9% of obese(1).

In compared responses to a intervention between matched groups of children with and without asthma,  Dr. Walders-Abramson N and research team at the National Jewish Health said, " we found similar rates of objectively measured physical activity among youth with well-controlled asthma and controls. Importantly, we documented statistically significant increases in physical activity across both groups following a brief, pedometer-based intervention."(2). 

In support to the above claim, walking around in circles of fourteen women with asthma-like symptoms, showed to reduce symptoms of psychosocial processes involvement of breathing disorder, associated with subjective hyperreactivity with strong sensitivity to odours, impaired ability to perform physical activities and mental stress(3),

Obesity have been found to induce risk of asthma(4), according to the review summarizes existing data, dependent to racial and ethnic disparities exist with obesity prevalence(4). Obese asthma patients with long term intake of corticosteroids, showed to improve complications of bone mineral status and modulates inflammatory cytokines and blood lipids profile(5).

Unfortunately, environment where people are walking also places an important role to reduce risk of acute effect. Exercise of children in air polluted by traffic emissions may aggravate airway inflammation in children with asthma,, particularly those who have GSTM1 gene deletion, according to the study of the University of Texas at Arlington(6),

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(1) Effect of an Outpatient Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program on Exercise Tolerance and Asthma Control in Obese Asthma Patients by Türk Y1, van Huisstede A, Franssen FME, Hiemstra PS, Rudolphus A, Taube C, Braunstahl GJ.(PubMed)
(2) Encouraging physical activity in pediatric asthma: a case-control study of the wonders of walking (WOW) program by Walders-Abramson N1, Wamboldt FS, Curran-Everett D, Zhang L.(PubMed)
(3) Walking around in circles--the life situation of patients with asthma-like symptoms but negative asthma tests by Ringsberg KC1, Segesten K, Akerlind I.(PubMed)
(4) Obesity and asthma: Pathophysiology and implications for diagnosis and management in primary care by Sveta Mohanan, Hazel Tapp, Andrew McWilliams, and Michael Dulin(PubMed)
(5) Treadmill walking exercise modulates bone mineral status and inflammatory cytokines in obese asthmatic patients with long term intake of corticosteroids by Abd El-Kader SM1, Al-Jiffri OH2, Ashmawy EM1, Gaowgzeh RA1.(PubMed)
(8) Acute effects of walking environment and GSTM1 variants in children with asthma by Newcomb P1, Hunt A, Rast P, Cauble D, Rowe N, Li J.(PubMed)

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