Many of us would have heard that exercise helps you live much longer, at least once in our life but a how true is that? Well a recent study published in the JAMA Network Open has revealed that trapping yourself inside a life which has no exercise or any physical involvement can actually be worse than Diabetes, heart diseases and here’s the big one according to the report it is worse than smoking. I mean one can imagine how bad for health that is when even the Cigarette companies put a message on their packets stating that Smoking Kills or that Smoking is injurious to health. But somehow it’s true and here’s why, Researchers studied about 122,007 parents who underwent an exercise treadmill testing. To test their vitals, heartbeat, and other muscularly functions of the body. These tests were held at Cleveland Clinic between January 1st 1991 to 31st December 2014. Yes these tests took 23 years to give a conclusive and suitable report on this matter so one can imagine how accurate this report tends to be. The purpose of this test was to measure all-cause mortality relating to the benefits of exercise and fitness health. Those who got the lowest exercise rate accounted for about 12% of the total participants. Dr Wael Jaber who is an actual cardiologist working at the Cleveland Clinic and is also a senior author of this study reveals that the big revelation from the research is that fitness leads to a longer life, It is not just an opinion anymore but more or less a fact now, and there is no limit on how beneficial aerobic exercise tends to be.
Researchers were also put in to the thought that people who Ultra exercise actually face a risk of death but the study went on to find out this not the case nor is it true. The good Doctor went on to state that “There is no level of exercise or fitness that exposes you to any such risk” he went on further to say that “It can be seen in the study that the ultra-fit still have lower mortality”.
All in all excerise is the most viable and suitable option to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of any known or unknown disease and hence is necessary to live a good and healthy life.