Want to reduce the risk of death from Covid?

Being physically fit reduces the risk of many diseases and it has now been revealed that it can also provide protection against Covid-19. This was revealed in a medical study conducted in Canada and the results of this study were published in the Medical Journal Brits Journal of Sports Medicine.

Research from the University of Toronto’s Della Lana School of Public Health found that cardio receptors can protect against fitness Covid-19. Research has shown that Covid-19 reduces the risk of death in physically fit people.

The researchers said that the results showed that all people who are more physically active have better protection than Corona. The study, published in the Medical Journal PLOS One, analyzed data from the UK Biobank Study, which included 2,690 people.

Research has focused on the extent to which physical fitness can reduce the risk of Covid-19 infection and death. The researchers did not find a significant link between physical fitness and the risk of Covid, but the reduction in the risk of death was clear.

The participants in the study were between 49 and 80 years of age and their fitness was also classified in the data. Researchers have found that moderate exercise also reduces the risk of death from Covid-19.

The researchers said, “we wanted to see if people who never exercise could benefit from even the slightest bit of physical activity.” He added, “physical activity decreases with age, but if you are fit according to your age group, you can benefit from this epidemic.”

Earlier, in April 2021, a study by the Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center in the United States found that people who sit for more than 150 minutes a week had twice the risk of dying from Covid-19.

The study analyzed the medical records of about 50,000 people who were diagnosed with Covid between January and October 2020. The study found that those who were not physically active were twice as likely to be hospitalized with Covid-19 as those who exercised.

The study also found that people who are accustomed to a sedentary lifestyle have a 73% higher risk of getting to the ICU from Covid-19 than physically fit patients.

Researchers have found that not being physically active is one of the few factors that increase the risk of Covid-19 aging. He said, in fact even being physically active to some extent can reduce the risk of serious Covid-19 seriousness.

“Researchers say, the results show the importance of a healthy lifestyle, especially physical activity.”

He added, “People who exercise regularly are more likely to beat Covid-19, while those who are accustomed to a sedentary lifestyle can have the worst results.” According to researchers, walking at a moderate pace for 30 minutes 5 days a week can provide amazing protection against Covid-19.

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