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Category: Exercise

Middle-Aged? Reverse Heart Risk with Exercise

For those who fear it may be too late in life to improve their fitness and wellness, a recent study published in the journal Circulation has found that people into late middle age can reverse or reduce the risk of heart failure caused by decades of sedentary living by exercising.

There, is, however, a catch: research indicates that it takes two years of aerobic exercise, four to five days a week, to mitigate the risk of heart failure. Research has shown that sedentary behaviors – such as sitting or reclining for long periods of time – increase the risk of heart disease.

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I’m an athlete. I can’t have a heart attack.

If you’ve ever thought, “I exercise so I shouldn’t have any heart issues”—this is for you.

135 people have died from sudden heart attacks during triathlons in the US from 1985 until 2016 (just last year) according to a recent Internal Medicine study1.
To continue our blog theme about raising awareness of cardiac arrest and heart attack symptoms, we continue by sharing some scary statistics such as the one above. Even serious athletes are not immune to heart conditions and heart-related deaths.

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