Regular Exercising May Keep Your Heart and Main Arteries Young
According to a recent study, published in The Journal of Physiology, exercising four to five times per week may help stop the main arteries to the heart from stiffening up.
The researchers from the US have found that those who exercise four to five times per week had healthier large central arteries and healthier middle-sized ones.
Lead author of the study Dr. Benjamin Levine of the Institute for Exercise and Environmental Medicine in Dallas, USA, explains: “This work is really exciting because it enables us to develop exercise programs to keep the heart youthful and even turn back time on older hearts and blood vessels.”
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