Stroke: Walking to prevent

walking prevent stroke

It is not only the simplest and most natural exercise, but as researchers have found, brisk walking, at least three hours a week, you may have a protective effect against stroke. One benefit that women can reduce the risk by more than 40%.

It is the recommendation that emerges from a study conducted by researchers and interesting results, confirming the beneficial effects of physical activity in the prevention of stroke. Specifically, as simple and natural as walking briskly – at least three hours a week-exercise may exert a protective shield for women. More than 33,000 people have participated in a study that explores the prevention of stroke.

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