Anti Inflammatory Exercise
Exercise is an important modulator of inflammation. How much, how frequently, and how intensely you work out all impact it. A mostly sedentary life increases your risk of many negative health complications, including obesity, high blood pressure, and a weakened immune system.
Reaping the health benefits of exercise does not require you to train for a marathon. It simply means finding an activity that you enjoy, and incorporating it into your routine. Whether you choose hiking, dancing, yoga, pickleball, walking, swimming, or biking, as little as 20 minutes a day reduces your risk of chronic inflammation and other diseases.
Keep in mind that while regular exercise tends to lower markers of systemic inflammation, over-exercising can have the opposite effect by creating increased markers of chronic inflammation. When you over-train, you can actually become systemically inflamed in the process.