Routine exercise should not be unexpectedly ranks first when discussing a variety of healthy behaviors that contribute to a prolonged and robust lifespan.
Extensive research establishes a correlation between lifelong physical activity and an extended lifespan.
Breast cancer, hypertension, insulin resistance, obesity, osteoporosis, stroke, and type 2 diabetes are some of these conditions.
Statistics from 2022 indicate that despite the numerous advantages linked to consistent physical activity, a mere 19% of women and 21% of men.
In order to encourage you to increase your daily activity without overexerting yourself, a new study determined the optimal walking cadence and number of steps that provide the greatest benefits.
While it surely is not socially unacceptable to strive for 10,000 steps daily, that is far from sufficient to reap the incredible benefits of walking.
Indeed, according to a recent study, the new optimal number of daily steps to prolong one's life is 8,000.