Why Walking Regularly Make You Live Longer?

Saturday, August 3, 2019
Walking, just for illustration

We all understand that any movement of our body may benefit to our health. Many people choose walking as a form of exercise due to:
- easy
- gentle
- low impact
- free, just require a pair of shoes
- perfect for all ages: senior, young adult and teenagers

The question then Is it true that Walking Regularly Make You Live Longer? Why?

The answer is “yes” that walking regularly make our live longer. It is because walking let’s say 30 minutes per-day will improve our heart health. 


Walking on lake side

Heart diseases is “leading cause of death” in the world and USA. Disease caused 15.2 million death in the world and 735,000 in the USA per year.

Walking with speed of 2 mile per hour (mph) may reduce the cardiovascular risk, thus reduce risk of death. 

Illustration for walking

Cardiac risk factors will be improved by walking. The risk factors include:
- Cholesterol
- blood pressure
- diabetes
- obesity
- mental stress

Moreover, walking has a lot of other health benefits, some are:
- improve nervous system
- decrease hostility
- boosting moods
- reduce belly fat
- improve digestive system
- boost immunity
- sleep better


By the way, do you walk regularly? If so, how often: per day or per week?

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    1. great....

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  2. As a PE Teacher, I love my exercise and swear by it. Run 3 times a week at least and makes me feel good both physically and mentally. That can't be bad surely. An interesting read.

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    1. I see....glad to hear you are PE teacher...

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      - easy
      - gentle
      - low impact
      - free, just require a pair of shoes
      - perfect for all ages: senior, young adult and teenagers

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  3. Is my favourite exercise, I usually listen music while I walk, and is the perfect match.

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    1. seem enjoy to walk and listen music...good for you

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  4. Walking is amazing particularly when it is through nature. It is the 1 exercise I know I will continue to do into old age.

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  5. I walk regularly especially in summer.

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  6. I like to walk and especially in the mountains

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  7. Awesome post!! I walk miles five days a week :) Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  8. Yes, my doctor also recommended that I walk because of my bad back. Spending all day in front of the computer is harmful apparently!

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    1. I see....

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      - Cholesterol
      - blood pressure
      - diabetes
      - obesity
      - mental stress

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  10. Wonderful posting!
    Walking is one of my most favorite things to do. In fact, I will park a distance from where I need to go and take advantage of walking.

    Blessings to you ♡

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    1. glad to hear you love walking....

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      Moreover, walking has a lot of other health benefits, some are:
      - improve nervous system
      - decrease hostility
      - boosting moods
      - reduce belly fat
      - improve digestive system
      - boost immunity
      - sleep better

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  11. I do walk regularly, except for extreme heat and cold days, my body can really go down quickly when I don't walk

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  13. Very good advice. Everyone should try to walk and combine it with an interest - birdwatching maybe?

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    1. yes, birdwatching is one good physical activities...

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      - diabetes
      - obesity
      - mental stress

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  14. So true! Why don't we do it more?

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      - improve nervous system
      - decrease hostility
      - boosting moods
      - reduce belly fat
      - improve digestive system
      - boost immunity
      - sleep better

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  15. It's cool that you wrote about it, people often have no idea how a bit of exercise can affect their health
    I like to walk ☺
    greetings
    Lili

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  17. Bonjour,

    Un petit billet intéressant... J'aime beaucoup marcher. Cela m'oxygène en plus l'esprit. Nous emmagasinons les couleurs et les lumières qui nous entourent... Nous sommes un peu comme une éponge. Pour la créativité c'est excellent.
    Je marche régulièrement avec mon dalmatien dans la nature qui est magnifique. J'habite Saint-Tropez dans le sud de la France. J'ai beaucoup de chance. En revanche, j'avoue qu'en ce moment à cause de la canicule, je marche moins et j'attends patiemment la douceur des températures.
    Gros bisous

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      - easy
      - gentle
      - low impact
      - free, just require a pair of shoes
      - perfect for all ages: senior, young adult and teenagers

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  18. Yes, walking is really healthy. Have a sunny day :).

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  19. I'm making a point of walking these days, though it's easier to do during summer - I don't have work and, of course, the weather's great. January is tough - lots of jogging in place.

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    1. I am doing in spring and summer as well....

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  20. Great post. Walking is important.

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  21. Great article! If you can, everyone should take a walk especially when the weather permits. When I worked, I made a point not to use the elevator and take the stairs when possible and park the car farther away from the building.

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    1. perfect....I choose stairs too.....

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  22. I walk almost every day. And I love running as well!

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    1. glad to hear you walk every day...

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  23. That is a wonderful post on walking regularly. After reading it I am determined to walk every day.

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      - Cholesterol
      - blood pressure
      - diabetes
      - obesity
      - mental stress

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  25. I love to walk... so this is good news (and I keep wondering if I should re-hike the Appalachian Trail when I retire?)

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