An easy habit to protect from a heart attack and stroke


It has been revealed in numerous research reports that jogging or running has many benefits to the body and health, and a study last year said that running helps improve mental health, while another study According to, physical activity slows the effects of aging.


But it was unclear what was the relationship between running and the risk of death from various diseases, and it was not known to what extent running could provide protection.


To find out the answers to these questions, Victoria University of Australia, The University of Sydney and other teaching institutions launched the research. To this end, researchers analyzed recent research reports and articles, etc., and sought to discover the possible link between running and the risk of death.


The 14 research reports on more than 2 million people were analyzed, evaluating the medical effects of this habit on volunteers from 5 years to 35 years and over 25,000 during that period. People were killed.


Researchers in the new study discovered that running at any time can reduce the risk of death by up to 27 percent and that results apply to both men and women.


The research  team also discovered that this habit reduces the risk of death from cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attack or stroke, by 30% while cancer risk is reduced by 23%.


In fact, it is also a beneficial habit for those who run once or very few times a week, while those who wake up less than 50 minutes a week are also at risk for these diseases. ۔


Researchers say the World Health Organization has suggested at least 150 minutes of moderate physical activity or 75 minutes of intense physical activity.


He said that this new analysis indicates that jogging for less time can also be beneficial for health and there is no evidence that running too long can provide additional medical benefits.


Researchers say the study is observational, but they believe that running helps with health and that people should adopt this habit.

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