Physiochemical Changes in Physical Activity in the Immune System to Prevent Corona Virus in Football Players

Authors

  • Raheem Abd Alwihed
  • Muzaffar Oraibi Baiji
  • Hamad Lahmood Taherh
  • Imad Kadem Yasser

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15474

Keywords:

physical activity, rapid improvement of the immune system, prevention of corona virus.

Abstract

The practice of physical activity is of multiple benefits, including strengthening the immune system by
increasing the effectiveness of the blood circulation that contributes to chemical and physical changes
in many of the body’s systems, including the immune system and through physical activity, the body
needs greater quantities than normal to bridge the deficiency in which it is active. Minor and major blood
circulation, as well as an increase in horizontal and vertical breathing processes, as well as an increase in the
oxidized blood pressure to meet the need of working muscles, and therefore there is a clear change in the
speed of improvement of the immune system from foreign bodies and the speed of disposal in proportion to
the type and size of For the UFOs, the Corona virus is one of the most dangerous foreign bodies that cause
harm or death to humans. The practice of physical activity for a period of (20-30) minutes daily contributes
to improving the immune system and helps prevent this virus and other foreign bodies.

Author Biographies

Raheem Abd Alwihed

Assist. Lecturer, Directorate of Education Thi-Qar

Muzaffar Oraibi Baiji

Bachelor, AL Shatrah Education Directorate

Hamad Lahmood Taherh

Assist. Lecturer, Directorate of Education Thi-Qar

Imad Kadem Yasser

Prof., Physical Education and Sports Sciences / Thi- Qar University

Published

2021-05-17

How to Cite

Alwihed, R. A. ., Oraibi Baiji, M. ., Taherh, H. L. ., & Yasser, I. K. . (2021). Physiochemical Changes in Physical Activity in the Immune System to Prevent Corona Virus in Football Players. Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 15(3), 1183-1193. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v15i3.15474

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