Morning Movement Lowers Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke

New research suggests that physical activity in the morning may lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. So, if you are one of those people who like to work out first thing in the morning, you are in good company.
While it has been well established that physical activity is good for heart health, this new study indicates that morning activity seems to be the most beneficial. Researchers used data from the UK Biobank, which included 86,657 adults aged 42 to 78 free of cardiovascular disease. All participants wore an activity tracker on their wrists for seven consecutive days and were followed for incident cardiovascular disease, which was defined as the first hospital admission or death related to stroke or coronary artery disease….

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