The flip side of Cell Talk in Exercise: Cell Noise

Galam N.Z, Yusuf A.I, Dami S, Ejeh F, Miri P, Dimka L, James G, Tsoho F, Usman Y, Ninmol J, Odeh S.O


The article makes an effort to study, assess, and bring additional depth to the concept of cell talk, crosstalk, and cell noise -highlighting molecular-level occurrences such as signaling activity that affect different metabolic processes, gene expression, and protein synthesis. It also establishes the idea of "cell noise," or "dysregulated cell signaling," which is defined as cell activity that may worsen or result in cellular injury, oxidative stress, and inflammation. There is abundant evidence that consistent, lifelong exercise extends lifespan and delays the onset of chronic illnesses like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, obesity, depression, and osteoporosis. The aforementioned highlights the need for metered or regulated physical training that takes into account genetic and environmental variances among individuals. Everyone is advised to engage in structured, well-chosen workouts that will promote longevity of life and result in the human body functioning at its best.

Keywords: Cell Talk in Exercise, Cell Noise

DOI: 10.7176/JBAH/13-8-05

Publication date:May 31st 2023

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