Many Women With Heart Disease Don’t Move Enough
Staying active is important, and it is even more so for women who have to prioritize their heart health.
For women who have heart disease and are not sticking to regular exercise guidelines, it can result in even more health problems later on in life, new research finds. The key is to incorporate 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity each week, which can be accomplished by walking more each day or even taking a dance class. Staying physically active is an important way to promote a healthier lifestyle and reduce health care costs over the long term. WebMD features even more on this report.