High-intensity exercise or weakening of immunity

  If we do high-intensity exercise every day, will it really make us healthier? This is not necessarily true. High-intensity exercise has several disadvantages:
Irreversible joint wear

  The most common is the wear and tear of the knee joint meniscus. Meniscus are two cartilage in the knee joint, which are divided into inner and outer meniscus, which can play the role of shock absorption and protection of the joint, and the damage of the meniscus is irreversible. Long-term high-intensity exercise can easily lead to chronic wear and tear of the shoulder joints and waist.
decrease in immunity

  Long-term high-intensity exercise can easily lead to a “empty window period” in the body, which reduces immunity. The so-called window period refers to strenuous exercise. The lymphocytes of the human body increase sharply. After exercise, the level of lymphocytes will quickly fall, and even drop below the level before exercise, resulting in a temporary decline in immunity.
Prolonged emotional depression

  After a long period of high-intensity exercise, the nerves will remain tight for a long time, which will make you feel tired, sleepless, and lose appetite. If you don’t pay more attention, if you continue to force yourself to perform high-intensity exercise, not only will the possibility of injury and illness be greatly increased, but also a series of problems such as autonomic dysfunction may occur.
Rhabdomyolysis syndrome

  High-intensity excessive exercise is one of the causes of rhabdomyolysis syndrome. In the past, it appeared in the media that some runners in the marathon, regardless of their physical discomfort, went to the hospital for an examination after finishing the race and found that they had rhabdomyolysis syndrome. Rhabdomyolysis syndrome refers to a series of striated muscle damage caused by a variety of hereditary or acquired diseases that affect the striated muscle cell membrane, membrane channels and energy supply, changes in cell membrane integrity, and cell contents (such as myoglobin, creatine kinase, Small molecules, etc.) leak out. Mainly manifested as myalgia, limb weakness, brown urine, often accompanied by electrolyte disturbances, acute renal failure, and in severe cases may even endanger the patient’s life.