Naturally, fast walkers live longer than slow walkers – interesting research..!
The human body is like a treasure of secrets. Scientists have been puzzled as to why some die at 100 years or less. Some people are very regular in life and leave at a young age. Thus things like diet, exercise and exercise are associated with life but this too is not entirely true.
People who take quick steps in daily activities live longer, according to a new study. In this regard, the researchers of the Diabetes Research Center of Leicester University in Britain have done an interesting research. Scientists believed that a person who walks fast has a long crossmoss tail.
This tail plays an important role in the aging process. These telomeres (ends) come to a point where they are completely depleted. Cell division in the human body is continuous. The more cells divide, the shorter the telomere.his tail plays an important role in the aging process.
The endoplasmic reticulum protects the chromosomes during cell division. These telomeres (ends) come to a point where they are completely depleted. The cells then stop dividing and die. Hence the length of its tail is very important. As long as it can tolerate cell division, the cells continue to function.
Chromosome tails of fast and slow walkers were then observed, the slow walkers had short tails while the fast walkers had long tails. As long as it can tolerate cell division, the cells continue to function. For this study, 4.05 lakh biobank participants talked about their walking habits.
40 percent said they were walking fast while 6 percent said they were walking slowly. In addition, a device measuring walking speed also found that faster walkers were healthier. Hence those who have the habit of walking fast according to the instinctive natural order live longer.
Not only that, they can live well even if they do not maintain their health. Walking fast is also a sign of healthy heart and respiratory system. However, addictions including alcoholism are exceptional.