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Walking and Health - What’s the connection?
Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death in the western world as well in India. One third of all patients with MI (heart attack) die before reaching a hospital. Surprisingly, the magic mantra to avoid a majority of cardiac emergencies is simple: Walking! Walking! Walking!
In one study, mortality rates among retired men who walked less than one mile per day were nearly twice that of those who walked more than two miles per day. In another study called the Nurse's Health Study which studied 72,488 female nurses, it was found that women who walked three hours or more per week reduced their risk of a heart attack or other coronary event by 35% compared with women who did not walk.
Walking for as less as just three times a week for 30 minutes can significantly increase cardio respiratory fitness.
The Diabetes Prevention Program shows that walking 150 minutes per week and losing just 7% of your body weight can reduce your risk of diabetes by 58%.
Walking is good for your bones.
Dr.Prakash ChandwaniMD, DM, Cardiolgy & DirectorHeart& General Hospital, Jaipur