Aerobic Exercise May Reduce Cardiovascular Risks in Chronic Kidney Disease Patients

Among a group of 48 chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients, those who participated in a twelve-week aerobic exercise intervention experienced an improvement in both blood vessel function and blood pressure reactivity. The findings suggest that engaging in an aerobic exercise training program may reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease in CKD patients, which is the leading cause of death for such individuals. Journal of Applied Physiology, April 2022

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