Did you know that you can significantly improve your health by walking daily?
The two legs together have 50 percent of the nerves in the human body. They also account for 50 percent of blood vessels with 50 percent of the blood flowing through them, thus representing the largest circulatory network that connects the body.
It is only when the feet are healthy that the convection current of blood flows smoothly. So you are more likely to have a strong heart when you have strong leg muscles.
Studies have shown that maintaining a mostly sedentary lifestyle has negative implications for our health. You will do yourself a lot of good by walking daily, especially as you grow older.
Aging starts from the feet upwards. As we get older, the accuracy and speed of transmission of instructions between the brain and the legs decrease, unlike when we were much younger.
In addition, calcium, which is often called “bone fertilizer” will sooner or later be lost with the passage of time, making the elderly more prone to bone fractures. Bone fractures in the elderly can easily trigger a series of complications, including fatal diseases like brain thrombosis.Don't let age limit your mobility. Discover how walking daily can add years to your life and improve your overall health. Click To Tweet
Are you aware that 15 percent of elderly patients generally die within one year of a thigh bone fracture? You can significantly reduce your susceptibility to this and other risks by walking daily to strengthen your legs.
Although our legs and feet will gradually age with time, exercising them is a life-long task. It is never too late to start. Even if you are already over 60 years of age, you can still exercise your legs and feet by walking every day. Set a target of walking 10,000 steps per day for 365 days of the year.
Only by regularly strengthening the legs can one prevent or reduce further aging. Please make it a habit to walk for at least 30-40 minutes daily. This will ensure that your legs receive sufficient exercise to keep your leg muscles healthy.
Share this important information with all your friends and family members who are 40 years old and above. And remember to keep walking, knowing that everyone is aging on a daily basis.
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