Year: 2018 | Month: August | Volume: 8 | Issue: 8 | Pages: 284-294
Exercise and Immunity: A Correlated Mechanism
Amalesh Mondal1, Dr Sarmishtha Chatterjee2
1Department of Physiology, Katwa College, Katwa, Purba Bardhaman, West Bengal-713130, India
282 Roy Bahadur Road. Behala, Kolkata, West Bengal-700034, India
Corresponding Author: Amalesh Mondal
Sedentary lifestyles now become an incredible worldwide problem with the advancement of technologies over the past several decades. Physical inactivity has progressively increased now-a-days and potentially contributes the risk of numerous diseases/disorders. The initial body defensive mechanisms contribute the protective responses, effective against a diverse variety of threats. Regular physical activity, fitness and exercise are critically important for the good health and may have prevalence over immunological system. Prolonged bouts of exercise are correlated with depressed immune system to pick up opportunistic infections. Moderate exercise whereas elicit beneficial outcomes in both prevention and rehabilitation of many diseases. Nevertheless the cascades of exercise-induced cellular-molecular-signaling pathway may trigger antigen-receptor recognition gateway. Exercise and immunity henceforth, is a correlated mixed-message mechanism and has important potential implications on public health.
Key words: Physical-activity; NK cells; ROS; SIgA; Myokine; Autophagy