Senior citizens who lead an inactive lifestyle increase risk of developing heart problems by 27%

Senior citizens who lead an inactive lifestyle increase risk of developing heart problems by 27%
 

Instead of taking it easy in their golden years, a recent study suggests that people aged 60 and over need to exercise more in order to prevent a heart attack or stroke.
The study of more that 1 millions senior citizens, was published by the European Heart Journal. The study found people over the age of 60 who did little exercise increased their risk of developing heart and blood vessel related problems by 27%.
However, older people who regularly worked out reduced their risk of developing a cardiovascular disease by 11%. Even people who go from a very inactive lifestyle to moderately or... read more

 
8 November 2019 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 36
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