7 details with strong thighs help longevity
Longevity is a bit of accumulation in daily life.
Recently, Australia’s “prevention” magazine based on several recent studies, summed up seven small habits to extend life.
Reduce sitting time.
The University of Queensland has launched a project called “For Health, Please Stand Up”
Paul Gardner, MD, of the University, said: “The sedentary and obesity is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes.
Studies have shown that walking for half an hour a day can extend life.
Love fashion sports.
A recent survey of 300,000 golfers found that people who are obsessed with golf have a 40% chance of premature death and their average life expectancy is five years longer than others.
In addition, bowling, swimming and other fashion sports can exercise their physique while broadening their minds.
Have strong thighs.
The strength of the lower body means higher balance, height and endurance.
When people are slowly aging, strong lower limbs reduce the risk of falls and hip fractures.
Studies at the Sydney Gavin Medical Center have shown that hip fractures double the risk of death for the elderly.
The following methods can be used to exercise the thighs: the back wall is reduced, the foot is taken forward, the body is slowly tilted along the wall, and finally the sitting position is maintained, repeated 5 times a day.
Feeling young, you can live young.
A study of healthy people over the age of 70 shows that they feel that they are 13 years younger on average.
Another study of 100,000 menopausal women found that positively optimistic women had a 30% reduction in the risk of coronary heart disease.
Nothing to do housework.
Studies have shown that the elderly use a vacuum cleaner to clean the floor or wipe the glass for one hour, the average energy consumption is 1190 kJ, and the risk of death is reduced by 30%.
1 cup of green tea a day.
“It is better to have no food for three days, no tea for one day.”
American studies have shown that drinking green tea can reduce the risk of diabetes, adult leukemia, ovarian cancer and other diseases.
Eat more purple food.
Grapes, blueberries and red wine all exhibit deep colors of polyphenols.
Studies have shown that polyphenols protect the heart and reduce the incidence of dementia.
At the same time, it can enhance the flexibility of blood vessels and reduce the risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.