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To combat the effects of aging, studies have shown that walking can improve bone density and stop the loss of bone mass that is often associated with osteoporosis. Walking for up to 40 minutes a day may also help to reduce hip fractures and other injuries related to falls. 3. Experts say that the simple and affordable act of walking can reap huge benefits.

Harvard Medical School experts said that walking has been scientifically shown to reduce certain forms of cancer, fight obesity, and ease joint pain. Walking also boosts immune function, which is excellent news during the coronavirus pandemic. IMPROVES Cognition. The hippocampus in the brain plays a major role in learning and memory, and naturally shrinks in late adulthood. Luckily, research shows that moderate walks can help combat cognitive decline, especially in mature age populations.

A. Taking a good walk for a few minutes a day has several health benefits ranging from de-stressing and weight loss to lowering blood pressure. It also reduces the risk of various diseases. Walking daily will improve your overall health by working on. Taking a good walk for a few minutes a day has several health benefits ranging from de-stressing and weight loss to lowering blood pressure.

It also reduces the risk of various diseases. Walking daily will improve your overall health by working on all the muscles of the body and burning calories. This puts you at a greater risk for getting injured if you fall or step wrong while exercising. By walking on a regular basis, you can actually prevent the loss of bone mineral density, which reduces your risk for osteoporosis and injuries that may happen after a fall.

Walking can help decrease certain cancer risks. This was found by the American Society for Clinical Oncology in two studies showing that walking for three hours every week can half the risk of dying from bowel or breast cancer. 5. Walking can help reduce sugar cravings and stress eating. show it can help reduce anxiety, depression, and a negative mood. It can also boost self-esteem and reduce symptoms of social withdrawal.

To experience these benefits, aim for 30 minutes of brisk. From helping you lose weight to reducing your risk of chronic diseases, walking is one of the best things you can do for your health, says Melina B. Something as simple as a daily brisk walk can help you live a healthier life.

For example, regular brisk walking can help you: Maintain a healthy weight Prevent or manage various conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.

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I will still feel the mental health benefits of walking, either way, but if I want greater benefits I’ll need to walk longer, more intensely, or more frequently on the flat surface to get the same benefits I’ll receive from walking up a steep hill, in less time.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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