If you want to keep yourself away from diseases like diabetes and blood pressure in life, just make sure to take some time out for a walk in the day.
This was revealed in a new medical study.
During this study, middle-aged individuals were found to be on average 9 years after they were evaluated. Those who walk more often have a 43% lower risk of diabetes and a 31% chance of hypertension.
The study looked at data from nearly 2,000 women and was asked to report a set of thousands of steps daily and accelerometer devices for this purpose were monitored for physical activity.
Researchers have discovered that the more you get used to walking in middle age, the lower your risk of diabetes and hypertension.
Researchers say that walking not only reduces the risk of diabetes and hypertension in women but also reduces the chances of obesity by 61%.
However, research has not explored the relationship between walking in men and the risk of obesity.
Researchers say the findings increase the evidence that normal physical activity is important to heart health and also protects middle-aged patients.
He added that walking is a free physical activity and counting down your steps daily is an easy way for people to protect themselves from various diseases.
He says that for those who fear the idea of exercising or stretching their time daily, they can focus more on running throughout the day so they can make themselves physically more motivated.
Be aware that the prevention of diseases such as diabetes and hypertension is possible with a healthy lifestyle.