How Much Exercise Do Older Adults Need to Ward Off Heart Disease?

article about health and well being by Danielle Zickl

‘As we age, it can become harder and harder to make exercise a priority. With full time jobs, family responsibilities, and busy social lives, working out regularly can take a back seat—even if we don’t mean for it to happen.

According to a new study published in the European Heart Journal, people over 60 years old who get daily moderate or intense exercise have a significantly lower chance of developing cardiovascular disease. Cycling for 20 minutes or more per day can keep your waist circumference, blood pressure, and cholesterol in check and also counts as vigorous physical activity.’

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