Doing six times more exercise, in other words, two hours a day, could offer even more benefits, a study reveals.
Do you spend most of your day at the office? Or work from home? Are you a full-time student? Or spend most of your time driving for a living? Well regardless the reality, quite simply, is that many of us today are sedentary.
Women who did strenuous activity twice a week were 20 per cent less likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease such as heart problems or stroke, than inactive women according to research from Oxford University.
A study published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine based on data from 48,000 adults age 40 and older monitored over a decade with no heart disease at the start suggests that dancing keeps your heart healthy.