Sports medicine and immune system

Sports medicine and immune system

Contribution of microimmunotherapy

Introduction
Sport as a purposeful, physical exercise (also referred to as a physical stress) – in the sense of a regular, physical activity in the form of play and training – has become one
essential ingredient of modern lifestyle in the 21st century. It serves not only to increase performance or maintain physical fitness, but in particular the preservation or optimization of health.
Through different forms of training, various adaptation and growth processes are triggered in the organism, which usually also have a positive and lasting effect in the physical and mental area of ​​the sportsman. It is important to the training content – d. H. the choice of method, the organization and the repetition intensity of the training units – to be adapted to the individual or group-specific goals.
In this sense, the task of sports medicine u. a. Also, by means of analysis, control and regulation with regard to the athletic goals, to draw on the modern (sports) medical knowledge and to implement this sustainable, in order to ensure the health of the athlete.

Sports medicine and immune system

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