Lack Of Physical Activity Can Cause Chronic Diseases, Obesity And Premature Death!
Starting with Type 2 Diabetes, and going on to Obesity, Coronary Heart Disease, Breast Cancer, Colon Cancer and Stroke can all be reduced by increased physical activity.
A recent research report out of Australia’s, University of Sydney, reports that premature deaths and non-communicable disease could be reduced by physical activity.
Inactivity, with its wide range of health consequences, represents a major avoidable contribution to the costs of illness in the United States and other countries with modern lifestyles that have replaced physical labor with sedentary occupations and motor-powered transportation.
Physical activity is not only good for the body but is just as important for your brain and psychological wellbeing. The lack of physical activity creates a vicious downward cycle of ill health and depression.
Leisure-time physical inactivity is inversely associated with all-cause mortality in both men and women in all age groups. You will benefit from a moderate physical activity, with greater benefit from simple activities like biking and walking.
Something as simple as going for a 30 minute daily walks, will help increase your health and mental wellbeing.
Your goal should be at lease 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity activity per week by adults will reduce obesity and prevent many of the non-communicable diseases associated with aging.
We at the InsuredMeds.com have been telling you all that it is not about looking good and what you weigh when you step on a scale it is about increase your health and your lifespan.
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