Middle-aged can reverse heart risk with exercise, study suggests

Middle-aged can reverse heart risk with exercise, study suggests
 

The new year is a time when many plan to shape up after the excesses of the festive period.
Now there is good news for those who fear it might be too late in life to improve their fitness.
People into late middle age can reverse or reduce the risk of heart failure caused by decades of sedentary living by exercising, a study has found.
But there is a catch - it takes two years of aerobic exercise, four to five days a week, researchers said.
'Sweet spot' The study, published in the journal Circulation, analysed the hearts of 53 adults aged 45-64 who were healthy but had no history of... read more

 
8 January 2018 in Health, Views: 36
Source: BBC
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