Sport remains one of the best allies for our health. In particular, it allows to do good to the mind and to fight the risk of stroke, also known as AVC. An American study recently revealed this on June 3rd.
In 2009, a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, has been looking for the connection between for many years physical activity and stroke risk. The result of their years of research is clear…
Get moving for a healthy body
For 13 years, scientists have studied the lifestyles of over 7,607 Americans. The analyzes made it possible to determine a meaningful connection between a sedentary lifestyle, lack of physical activity and a high risk of suffering a stroke. People for whom sport is secondary would have 44% probability in addition to a stroke causing motor and/or verbal impairment or even death.
The research team therefore consistently focuses on physical activity:
These results support current clinical and public health guidelines that encourage people to move more and sit less to maintain their health.
Learn to tame your body
Did you know? It takes 21 days to form a habit. That regularity thus facilitating the consideration of a new routine. In the office, don’t hesitate to walk or stretch for a few minutes. If you don’t live far from your workplace, don’t hesitate to come on foot or by bike. And do it at least once a week to start adjusting your body. If you work from home, make it a habit to go for a walk during your lunch break. Small habits that allow you to keep a healthy body in a healthy mind. 25 minutes a day Activity, jumping rope, running, walking, and even yoga are all enough to reduce the risk of stroke.
During detention, many teenagers and adults gave up all sporting activities. What the World Health Organization (WHO) draws attention to put in danger from the body. In France, 2/3 of teenagers don’t move anymore… Social networks such as e.g tick tock Where instagram but still on the Netflix platform which is considered addicting and time consuming.