A Brisk Walk Will Help You Live Longer

 

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How A Brisk Walk Every Day Could Help You Live Longer A new study reveals that even modest activity could reduce the risk of premature death. Time to lace up those trainers!Countless research has highlighted the benefits of simply walking for your health.

Some studies have said simply taking brisk walks daily can add up to seven years to your life, while others have said staying active can help you stay mobile into your advanced years. Hear that gym avoiders, you don’t have to spend hours at the gym. People who have a quicker walking pace lived longer than those who walked more slowly, according to researchers who monitored the walking habits and. A study led by American Cancer Society researchers has found that even low levels of walking are linked with lower mortality, which means walking may help people live longer.

Walking is the most common type of physical activity in the US, and has been associated in previous studies with lower risk of breast cancer, colon cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Brisk walking is simple enough to do – just walk at a fast pace. However, there are some things that can improve a person’s posture to make them last longer: Keep your head up and look forward. Relax your neck, shoulders, and back. A new study reveals that regular physical activity can help older women to live longer.

This was the main finding of a large study — by researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA — that measured physical activity in older women as they wore sensitive activity trackers and then followed them for up to 4 years. While you may have heard that running is the be all and end all in training for fitness, brisk walking can be an effective lower-impact activity that can help you reach your fitness goals effectively. Fast walking aids you in warming-up and stretching your muscles, so you’re less likely to suffer from an injury.

A two-minute brisk walk per day could cut a person’s risk of early death by more than one-fifth, researchers have found. University of Cambridge researchers discovered increasing energy use by the equivalent of adding two extra minutes of brisk-paced walking onto a 35 minute daily stroll may reduce a person’s risk of early death by 21 per cent. In analyzing this information, the research team found that self-reporting brisk walkers had a longer life expectancy across all levels of BMI. Brisk-walking women had an average life expectancy of 86.7 to 87.8 years; the average for brisk-walking men was 85.2 to 86.8 years. In comparison, the slow walkers had shorter life expectancies.

Step on it: How walking faster really WILL improve your heart health and help you live longer Older people who walk at brisk pace half as likely to die from stroke as dawdlers For all walkers aged over 30, a fast or average speed could cut the risk of.

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Although even moderate exercise—at about the level of a brisk walk—can reap health benets, more sustained and vigorous exercise is needed to reach our tness potential.

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(7) Walking reduces hypertension (high blood pressure) and

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Walking is also one of the most efficient remedies for the recovery of health of the invalid.

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And exercise, of course, is not the only thing that can help us live longer, healthier lives.

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But even at a more relaxed pace, walking has enormous benefits.

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For instance, a brisk walk will

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e. 3 minutes of vigorous walking.

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Even brisk walking increases and maintains cardiac health.

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In fact, if there is only one thing we could do for longevity, walking would be the best exercise.

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A. Walking reduces stress.

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  • hello sir me thilak from Hyderabad you guided me on my reports.now using metoprolol 25mg and reduced to 12.5 mg and trying differnt suppliments, could you just help me which is the apt suppliment according to my health as you told metabolic syndrome

  • Hello Dr. Mungli,
    I am still watching your videos and referring them to the new friends I’ve made at my new school. They have helped me so much and I know you would be proud of my progress. Thank you for being the best professor ever!!!

  • Professor Dr. Mungli, Thank you for this wonderful video. I am more than sure that this video will save many people from the disease of bad life style. In this modern time of enormous technological development many many flowers are dropping down even before they bloom properly. It is only because of physical inactivity. Your video will encourage many people to start brisk walking and to have healthy lives.

  • Probably just an artifact of the fact that faster walking requires an increase in situational processing…people who walk fast force a higher level of brain activity. You are more likely to trip on or bump into something if you don’t step up mental reaction time when walking fast. People who prefer a slower pace may simply be uncomfortable with the higher level of inputs from the flux of stimuli at a higher pace.

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  • Interesting, correlation but not causation, except in the view that health causes fast walking speed and not the other way around.