Being Unfit May Be Almost as Bad for You as Smoking -

This study also involved men — and Swedish men at that. So whether the findings are applicable to other people, particularly women, is uncertain. < /p > < p > But " there is no reason not to think " that the rest of us would also share any beneficial associations between fitness and longevity, said Per Ladenvall, a researcher at the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, who led the study. Past studies involving women have found such links, he said. < /p > < p > Encouragingly, if you now are concerned about the state of your particular aerobic capacity, you most likely can increase it just by getting up and moving. " Even small amounts of physical activity, " Dr. Ladenvall said, " may have positive effects on fitness. " < /p > < /div > < /div > < /div > < /div >
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