Wednesday, 9 January 2019

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Source: TheNewPaper, 8 Jan, 2019 page 22

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Exercising more after heart attack tied to lower mortality rates

Image for illustration only. Consult your doctor on the types of exercise that you need to perform
Heart attack survivors who step up their exercise efforts may live longer than those who remain inactive, a Swedish study suggests.

Compared to patients who were inactive for the first 10 to 12 months after their heart attack, patients who were active during that whole time were 71% less likely to die during the four-year study, researchers reported in the Journal of the American Heart Association.

People who were inactive at first but who increased their activity levels over time, meanwhile, were 59% less likely to die during the study than their constantly sedentary counterparts, and even people who reduced their activity levels but still got at least a little exercise were 44% less likely to die.

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