Walking 5000 steps per day is enough to reduce the risk of premature death and stay healthy.

According to a new study:  Walking can reduce the risk of premature death by 15 percentage.

It has long been also said that walking 10000 steps per day is magic for keeping you healthy. But now a new study has also revealed that if you walk 5000 steps a day instead of 10000. These also show positive effects on your health.

After carefully studying the daily routines of more than 22,6000 people around the world. An analysis has said that even 4000 steps per day is enough to reduce the risk of premature death.

However 2,300 steps a day is enough to benefit the heart and blood vessels.

Researchers say that the more you walk. The more it will be beneficial for your health.

Research has shown that every additional 1,000 steps from 4,000 to 20000 steps one day reduces the risk of premature death by 15%.

Walking is beneficial for people of all ages.

According to a team from the Medical University of Lodz in Poland and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the United States the benefits of walking apply to men and women of all ages. Regardless of where you live.

However: The greatest benefits of walking have been seen in people under the age of 60.

Professor Maciej Bunch from the University of LODs also says. While the number of modern drugs for treatment is increasing, these drugs or their use are not the only way to stay healthy.

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I believe we should always emphasize that lifestyle changes. Including a focus on diet and exercise. Can prevent serious diseases such as heart disease or coronary artery disease. More says Professor Maciej Bunch. And by following all these effectively, one can achieve an active and long life.

Figures released by the World Health Organization show that 3.2 million people die each year due to insufficient exercise or lack of physical activity the fourth leading cause of death worldwide. Is.