Lambeck (2021) Aquatic Therapy influences chronic low grade inflammation

The document investigates aquatic therapy’s role in addressing chronic low-grade inflammation, linking it to improved health outcomes in conditions like obesity and insulin resistance. It suggests that water-based exercises can positively affect endothelial function, insulin sensitivity, and cognitive health, thereby reducing inflammation markers. This indicates aquatic therapy’s potential as an adjunctive treatment in managing chronic inflammation-related health issues. For detailed insights, please refer to the original study.

Keyphrase: aquatic therapy can mitigate chronic low-grade inflammation

Keywords: aquatic therapy, chronic inflammation, endothelial function, insulin sensitivity, neuroinflammation

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