The Risk Of Stroke Lower If You Walk Longer, Not Faster

Benefits of light exercise such as walking have long recognized, one of which lower the risk of stroke. But a new study finds that the benefits will only be felt if someone spends more time walking, not walking fast.

According to researchers only by walking at least one to two hours a day, the risk of stroke in people aged 60 years will be reduced. But walking exercise is not a strenuous or high speed, but the ordinary. This fact has been proven by researchers studied 1,000 men who regularly walk for 10 years.

That means the total time spent walking can provide more consistent protection against stroke than speed, and overall it seems the longer the time spent walking, the greater the benefits.

Regardless of age, it is important to stay active throughout the day. And this study shows that walking each day can help reduce the risk of stroke. At least exercise routine, even as a walk in the park alone can be an effective way for a person to remain healthy.

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