How Many Steps Should You Take a Day for Heart Health ?

BY TEAM FOURTH FRONTIER DESK

It is suggested that people should walk 10,000 steps or 3 miles approximately to keep their hearts in good shape.

Most adults should aim for 10,000 steps each day for general fitness. This might increase or decrease depending on a person's age, the current level of fitness, and health objectives.  (Source: Medicalnewstoday)

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According to a recent study, walking between 6,000 and 9,000 steps per day can considerably lower the risk of cardiovascular disease in older persons, particularly those over 60. (Source: Indianexpress)

Walking can help muscular flexibility and strength, joint stiffness, blood flow, flexibility balance, mood, and breathing can assist in preventing falls.

Climbing stairs is a cardiovascular workout that can help improve your cardiovascular fitness, as well as help strengthen your legs.

A brisk walk increases your heart rate and can help lower your risk of heart disease by increasing the strength of your heart and lungs.