A research carried out by a team from University College London, published recently in the journal Circulation, has been asserting that exercising in the mid-ages can help one in keeping his or heart healthy.
It is being said that the technique works equally amongst those in their 40s or 50s. The statement is being made on evidence from that study that has even moderate physical activities like gardening can be helpful if done equivalent to 2.5 hours of physical activity a week.
The study had enrolled some 4,000 people, all of whom were individually questioned about their exercising habits. It was discovered that inflammatory markers in their blood were significantly reduced even if they did minimum recommended levels of physical activity, whether achieved by brisk walks or some other way.
However, the review has shown effectiveness of exercise in minimizing markers associated with heart problems and the same is helpful as high levels increase risk of a heart disease. But, researchers say that the study needs to be carried out further in detail as people's say may be out of their overestimation also. Also, the analysis has not focused on the effects on particular heart diseases.
For now, Dr. Mark Hamer suggests, "We should be encouraging more people to get active - for example, walking instead of taking the bus".
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