Physical activity is good for everyone, but there are special guidelines that depend on the age
In the United States published new guidance on physical activity. The new guide is specific discounttramadol by age.
3-5 years. Those adults who are tired to persuade the children to “sit quietly”, note: if the child is not sitting is very good and right. At this age it is very important to move, it will help the proper development of bones, muscles and even normal growth. Reasonable goal of the authors of the manual believe at least 3 hours of activity a day.
6-17. At this age, a person needs not only math and literature, but at least 60 minutes of activity every day. Second, the successful development of the first just helps. Exercises to strengthen the muscles and aerobic exercise (running, swimming, dancing, etc.) – at least 3 times a week.
Adults. Plank high: 150-300 minutes a week of moderate exercise or 75-150 minutes of intense. This also applies to those who have chronic illnesses and older people. The list of bonuses for sportsmanship is impressive: when such activity better sleep, lower risk of depression, the brain works more productive and even reduces the risk of developing certain types of cancer.
Pregnant and have given birth. Rarely seen in the gym women before or after birth, but the benchmark was set at 2.5 hours load per week. This reduces the risk of excess weight, gestational diabetes and postpartum depression.
The 300 minutes of physical education per week, for many, is problematic and, therefore, difficult. Therefore, the authors of the manual emphasize that the scores for any activity, not only at least 10 minutes at a time, as was believed until now. Even if all of your sport is to Park away from work and up to the floor on foot, it’s still better than nothing.
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