This One Group Of People Holds The Key To Staying Young
a study conducted by the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. What's the key to looking younger? It's all about maintaining your muscles strong on a regular basis.
It's crucial to recognise the importance of your muscles. Muscles aren't just about looking powerful and beefy; they're also important for survival.
Maintaining a "recreationally active" lifestyle throughout your life could be the fountain of youth you've been searching for.
According to the Journal of Physiology, the fountain of youth may be discovered in maintaining your muscles strong by staying "recreationally active" on a regular basis throughout your life.
This groundbreaking study looked at neuron activity, stem cells, and muscle in males aged 68 and over. The study discovered that people who have been physically active for a long time have healthier ageing muscles.
Researchers found 46 men who were on average 73 years old. The men were divided into three groups: 15 who were "elderly sedentary," 15 who were "young sedentary," and 16 who were "elderly lifelong exercise."
"This is the first human study to show that lifelong recreational exercise can prevent some of the negative impacts of ageing."
"The most important takeaway from this study is that even a little exercise appears to go a long way in preventing against age-related muscular function decrease."
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