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Stay active during pandemic: Don't sit around

The most important factor in ageing well could be exercise

The Telegraph   |   Published 03.03.22, 06:08 AM

During the pandemic this has become a habit with us, but don’t sit around more than you can. Being sedentary is inviting trouble. Even if you have exercised, it doesn’t mean you can sit and rest the remaining day.

You can take a break from sitting once every half-an-hour or an hour by just getting up from the chair and walking around a bit. Go for walks when you have time. Play with your child. Walk around in the verandah.


The most important factor in ageing well could be exercise, feel experts. A regular walking routine is a must. “This helps maintain resiliency. Resiliency is what keeps us from ageing,” says Carolyn Kaloostian, geriatric medicine specialist in Los Angeles.

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