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Brisk walking by elder women could reduce their heart failure risk

Brisk walking by elder women could reduce their heart failure risk
Brisk walking by elder women could reduce their heart failure risk
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The news that brisk walking in older females could reduce their heart failure risk has been the subject of discussion for many now. It is now said that elder women who could not go to gymnasium to keep themselves fit and healthy etc could do brisk walking to reduce heart failures.


Heart failure takes place when our heart is not able to pump sufficiently to maintain the blood flow required by our body is known. It is important to mention that persons having this heart failure show symptoms like excessive tiredness plus shortness of breath and swelling in the legs etc.


This health issue increases along with the age and it is now said that women who are above 60 years of age get this heart failure issue more when compared to other lower age group women.
The paper on the above mentioned health issue was presented at the American College of Cardiology 67th Annual Scientific Session. It is now confirmed that post menopausal women who walk for 40 minutes or more had 21 to 25 % lesser risk of this heart failures than other women doing shorter walking.


One important piece of information is those women who walked faster speeds had 26 to 38 % lesser risk of getting heart failures than women who walked casually.


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