In a Harvard Health study participants engaged in brief activities lasting one to 10 minutes, totaling approximately 28 minutes daily, demonstrated a lower risk of heart attacks and strokes after eight years compared to those active for less than a minute at a time. The key factor was intensity, with greater benefits associated with more vigorous activities, but maintaining a high intensity all the time was not necessary; even 15% of activity at a vigorous level showed positive results. Click the link to learn more about how your everyday activities can be used as exercise.

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