Exercises benefit everyone. However, it turns out that women gain more from them than men.

Women who prioritize regular exercise can enjoy better health and longer life expectancy to a greater extent than men. This was revealed by a study conducted on a group of several thousand patients.

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It has long been known that exercise is good for health. Numerous studies have shown, for example, that even the simplest physical activity, such as walking, can have a positive impact on our health. Some of the latest analyses have shown, for instance, that to reduce the risk of premature death, people in their sixties should walk between 6,000 and 8,000 steps per day, while younger individuals should aim for between 8,000 and 10,000 steps. It is also known that even moderate but regular physical exercise can improve learning and memory abilities.

As reported in The Guardian, the NHS recommends that men and women aged 19 to 64 spend at least 150 minutes per week on moderate exercise. For intense exercises, 75 minutes are sufficient. In addition, strength exercises, preferably twice a week, are recommended.

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