30 Minutes of Activity Can Help You Live Longer

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Hi, I'm Dr. Miller with the simple tip that can add years to your life. Walk or bike, dance or chase the kids around outside. If you're active for 30 minutes, five times a week you can cut your mortality risk by 20% according to one study. So no matter how busy life gets, make time for the active things you enjoy.

You don't have to do a kilo air broke out, or train for a marathon. The study shows that people who simply did non vigorous physical activity for two and a half hours a week dropped there motality risk by 20% compared to catch potato. It's a simple, easy investment to make in your long time health. Although a little sweat is healthy too.

When people kick their activity level on the high gear with seven hours of moderate intensity exercise each week, their mortality risk dropped by 25% compared to non-active folks, so get moving. For more ways to live better and longer, check out all our health tips right here.