Is it possible?



Michael Wheeler, University of Western Australia says YES.

His study involved 35 women and 32 men aged between 55 and 80 who tried these regimes:

  1. Sitting for 8 hours
  2. 1 hour of sitting then 30 minutes of moderate walking followed by 6.5 hours of sitting
  3. 1 hour of sitting before 30 minutes walking followed by 6.50 hours of sitting with 3 minutes of light walking every 30 minutes.

The results?

Both men and women saw lower blood pressure with the two exercise plans.

Women – but not men – saw worthwhile extra gains if the also did the 3-minute walks.

What does this mean?

Just 30 minutes of exercise every morning may be as effective as medication for lowering blood pressure for the rest of the day.

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Healthy body, healthy heart, healthy brain.
Take care of exercise, nutrition and mental challenges and your brain will respond.

(As reported in New Scientist, 2019)

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Based on the research of Dr Allison Lamont, PhD.



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