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how to lose arm fat with exercises, diet and medical treatments

  Arm fat is one of the annoying things that some people may suffer from, but there are a set of recipes for getting rid of arm fat, so let's get to know it in this article.   Here is a set of recipes to get rid of arm fat and some information and advice that may help you on this topic:   Recipes to get rid of fat from arms Here are a set of   recipes to get rid of   excess   arm fat   : 1. Do simple exercises It is possible to do some simple exercises that will help you get rid of excess arm fat, without the need to go to the gym, but it can be applied at home. It is worth noting that it is possible to use water bottles or resistance bands instead of weights in exercising.    2. Chair exercise to get rid of arm fat It is a great body exercise that builds arm and shoulder strength.  This simple exercise can be done almost anywhere and has many variations to match your fitness level.  It can be used as part of an upper body strength workout.  To apply this exercise, follow the fol

How to quit smoking cigarettes: experts list guidelines for those who want to quit smoking

World Health Organization campaign gathers more than 100 reasons to quit smoking during the pandemic;   smokers are at increased risk of developing severe Covid-19 symptoms Man holds a cigarette Photo: Yuriko Nakao / Bloomberg - Smokers are at greater risk of developing a severe condition and dying from Covid-19;   smoking affects your appearance almost immediately;   tobacco threatens the health of your friends and family - not just yours.   These are some of the more than 100 reasons for quitting smoking listed by the World Health Organization (WHO) in a worldwide campaign launched this month. The “Commit to Quit Smoking During Covi-19” initiative will last for one year and will seek to help at least 100 million people in their attempt to quit smoking, through the development of digital communities. According to WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, "smoking kills eight million people a year, but if people need more motivation to kick the habit, the pandemic provides

Physical activity boosts immune system, but too much can harm health

  Experts give tips on how to exercise the right way so as not to shake your immune system “The difference between the medicine and the poison is the dose”.   The statement also applies to physical activity.   Studies show that exercising regularly helps the body keep its immune system strengthened.   However, making mistakes in training intensity can end up having the opposite effect.   And in a pandemic period, this can become dangerous. Lipidemia   :   Disease confused with obesity causes accumulation of fat in the legs According to Fabio Ceschini, specialist in exercise physiology and founder of the Traveling through Physiology platform, when we do any type of exercise, the body responds by activating the immune system.   After finishing, immunity remains high - compared to rest - for about six hours. - When we exercise, the contracting muscle produces an enormous amount of substances called myocins (muscle proteins), and many fight inflammatory effects.   During and after exercise