Lack of exercise will kill you


According to studies by Prof Vikki Lambert of the Sports science Institute of South Africa, exercising for only 30 minutes in a day could cut down of your risk of dying from disease by 25%.

Daily exercising can lower the risk of developing diabetes 58%, dementia 50%, Arthritis 47% and depression by 47 %. In the report in the journal, Circulation that physical inactivity is a growing concern in the public health issue and people have to start moving.

Sitting is the biggest killer nowadays Prof Vikki Lambert recommends that people need to exercise at least 30 minutes a day by finding exercise routines that will work for you and keep moving. Sitting a lot may affect vessels and metabolism increasing fats in the blood and lowering HDL cholesterol levels



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moiponetsoka 4 years ago from South Africa Author

I meant do you have any suggestions for my title and exercising is the correct way to spell it.


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Khal Blogo 4 years ago from A gas station on the yellow brick road

Suggestions? I don't get it. You just write "exercising" instead of "exercing".


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moiponetsoka 4 years ago from South Africa Author

Thanks a lot any suggestions about the title would be appreciated.


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Khal Blogo 4 years ago from A gas station on the yellow brick road

Good (short) hub, but you might want to correct the title.


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moiponetsoka 4 years ago from South Africa Author

thanks a lot for your visit and support


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peachpurple 4 years ago from Home Sweet Home

Though your hub is short, I find the article useful. Voted Useful.


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moiponetsoka 4 years ago from South Africa Author

thanks for visiting and it's really true that we take exercising for granted.


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rahul0324 4 years ago from Gurgaon, India

interesting! The benefits of regular exercise are not unknown to people but facts like these can be eye-openers for many!

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