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Science Explains What Happens To Your Body When You Walk 10000 Steps Every Day

You have heard that if you walk 10000 steps, you can achieve better health. It’s not an easy number to reach. Many people drive to work, then sit all day.

After work, you do your errands, pick up the kids, or drop off the dog at the groomer. Too bad time spent in the car doesn’t count as steps. Researchers tell you the main thing is to keep moving.

If you’re trying to reach 10,000 steps to lose weight, go for it. It’s a worthwhile goal and one with many benefits. Here is what science says happens to your body when you walk 10,000 steps daily. No one knows where the idea of walking 10000 steps came from.

Some suggest that a Japanese company called Yamasa started a campaign for their newly created step-tracker to launch the 1964 Olympics. The step tracker’s name, Manpo-Kei, is translated as 10000 steps in English. During 2005-06, another group of researchers conducted a study where the participants reached 10,000 steps daily.

The results reported the participants were in better health and had a greater sense of well-being. Wherever the idea of walking this many steps came from, it’s a popular trend today.   ADVERTISEMENT The more steps a day, the better your health! ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT There’s a connection between physical activity and health. A study conducted by Jama Internal Medicine researched older women.

They tracked the participants’ actions, especially the time spent walking. They wanted to answer the question: do more steps result in fewer deaths?The key findings were: ADVERTISEMENT So, according to this study, get at least 7,5000 steps if you want to live longer. Of course, you can always aim for a higher number to walk to lose weight or get more exercise. The World Health Organization says that as many

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