"Study: Those who walk fast live longer"
"New studies show that people who go at a brisk pace can live up to 15 years longer – regardless of weight. "
"It protects them also against high blood pressure, obesity and inactivity."
"Experts believe that doctors should now start to recommend their patients to increase their walking speed. "
"People who go at a brisk pace live longer than those that draw his legs after him, regardless of weight. It shows the new studies by researchers at Leicester University who has analyzed data from 474 919 people in the Uk with an average age of 52 years in the years 2006-2016, writes The Daily Mail."
"the Study showed that women who go at a brisk pace, has a life expectancy of 86,7–87,8 year, while men who go fast are expected to have a lifespan of approximately 85.2–86,8 years."
"But for those who pull your legs behind and go slowly, see the prospects worse. Women's life expectancy ended up instead of 72.4 years, and the men of 64,8 years. "
"According to the study, which was published last week, saw the average life expectancy similar to that in the same way regardless of weight. But this does not mean that those who fast live longer, the study simply shows a correlation. "
"Several studies suggest the same thing."
"the Study is not the first of its kind, which shows that the walking speed actually plays in our health. Year 2011 published in the Journal of the American Medical Association a study made by Stephanie Studentski, professor of geriatrics (the study of age-related diseases), which showed that our walking speed is a reliable prediction for our life. "
"Even in 2018, revealed a study from the university of Sydney to increase their walking speed reduced the risk of a premature death by a fifth."
"The new study confirms the importance of the previous studies results and experts believe that doctors should now start to recommend their patients to increase their walking speed. This protects them also against high blood pressure, obesity and inactivity, type studieförfattarna."