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Never too late to get fit, says study into ageing

Published Nov 26, 2013, 5:54 pm IST
Updated Mar 18, 2019, 8:26 pm IST
People who start exercise even late in life can reap the benefit in good health, a study says.
Paris, Nov 25, 2013: People who start exercise even late in life can reap the benefit in good health, a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine said on Monday.
Researchers tracked the health of nearly 3,500 Britons whose average age was 64, for more than eight years.
People who had a record of sustained and regular exercise -- meaning vigorous activity at least once a week -- boosted the likelihood of "healthy ageing" sevenfold compared to a lifestyle of persistent inactivity.
The gain among newcomers to exercise was roughly triple.
"Significant health benefits were... seen among participants who became physically active relatively late in life," the paper said.
"Healthy ageing" was rated by an absence of major diseases and disabilities, good mental health -- the lack of depression or cognitive decline -- and the ability to maintain social connections.
Around a fifth of the volunteers fell into this category at the eight-year followup mark.