- Prone to sports injuries
Excessive exercise can cause skeletal muscle function decline, material metabolism changes and even muscle ultrastructural damage, calcium ion levels in muscle cells are disordered, calcium ion concentration increases, and muscles continue to sore. Sometimes continuous excessive exercise can cause fatigue fractures at the attachment point of bone and muscle.
- Affect athletic ability
Excessive exercise will reduce the function of all organ systems and increase the incidence of exercise-induced anemia, which is mostly iron deficiency anemia. Conversely, anemia can cause insufficient exercise capacity, a decrease in the body's ability to respond, a decrease in balance, and a decrease in muscle elasticity. As soon as they arrive at the sports field, they feel dizzy and nauseous. At the same time, they are accompanied by symptoms such as decreased appetite, insomnia, easy awakening, irritability, constipation, depression, anxiety, and susceptibility to colds, which may affect the normal performance of sports ability.
- Decreased body immunity
Excessive exercise can reduce your immune function, increase the body's susceptibility to upper respiratory tract infections and other viral infections, make the whole body weak, lose weight, be susceptible to colds, pneumonia, gastrointestinal infections, and prevent immunity Diseases such as anemia, rheumatoid arthritis, and diabetes provide pathogenic conditions.
- Can cause kidney damage
Excessive running can also lead to mass sweating, reduced renal blood flow, concentrated urine, and hypertonic urine. During excessive exercise, blood vessels constrict and the body lacks oxygen and carbon dioxide, which causes acute kidney damage.
- The nervous system is disturbed
When the amount of exercise exceeds your usual level, memory loss, dizziness, headache, insomnia and other phenomena will appear. Symptoms of neurological disorders may also occur, manifested as paleness, nausea, sweating, dizziness, and tinnitus.
- Makes you look more "older"
Long-term excessive exercise will reduce the body's antioxidant capacity and increase the production of free radicals, which will accelerate the aging situation. Free radicals have strong oxidizing properties and can take away electrons from normal cells and tissues, thereby damaging cells and body tissues. When the free radicals are produced too much or are removed too slowly, the excess free radicals will cause various damages at the molecular level, cell level, and tissues and organ levels in the body, thereby causing various damages to the body. If you stay in this state for a long time, people will "aging" a lot.
Professional athletes rarely have longevity and this can be proved. Anything can't go wrong by adhering to the doctrine of the mean. Moderate exercise is good, but life will hurt your body!