Sarcopenia, The Consequences of Losing Muscle Mass

Many we are interested in maintaining a healthy and correct physical form, doing the activity that it pleases us and stimulates us to continue it.

But large numbers of people are affected by the sedentary lifestyle which can give rise to multiple diseases, including the progressive reduction of muscle mass that can trigger sarcopenia.

Sarcopenia is, Etymologically, the quantitative reduction of muscle mass. But, analyzing its functional implications, give us account that is much more than that and the consequences of the fall of lean mass they are notorious.

With the loss of muscle mass, there is a reduction in the metabolic rate which may lead to an increase in unwanted weight by the accumulation of fat in your body.

In addition, the risk increases of insulin resistance, Miss bone mass, reduce the cardiovascular capacity person, worsen posture, and other disorders that can trigger diseases.

Although with the passage of time and as process normal associated with aging produces a reduction in muscle mass and body fat mass increased, esto may originate in an adult’s 30 years as a result of their physical inactivity and its severe consequences can be avoided if we reach senior stirring us.

So much so, that it has been proven that the strength training allows you to keep the muscle young without that deteriorate its contractility and prevents the reduction of the force that is, in most cases, disabling and cause of the dependency of older adults to carry out activities of daily living.

Why not we put at risk our health and quality of life choosing sedentary. Is always more convenient and healthy active body accompanying you throughout the years.

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