If you are late into middle age and have led a life in recent years that has found you immobile, then you might think that it might be too late for you to reverse your risk of heart issues, but think again. Researchers have discovered that if middle aged people exercise four to five hours a week, they can reverse the danger of heart issues. Of course, the catch is that you have to be willing to do aerobic exercise.
- According to a study in Circulation, middle aged people can reduce their risk of heart disease with exercise.
- Researchers studied adults aged 45-64 who had no history of regular exercise and found that they had an increased risk of heart failure.
- Dr. Benjamin Levine of the Institute of Exercise and Environmental Medicine, claims that the proper dose of exercise at the right time is the key to improving heart health.
“nmm Research has shown that sedentary behaviours – such as sitting or reclining for long periods of time – increase the risk of heart disease.”
Read more: https://www.bbc.com/news/health-42565137
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