Published on Nov 18, 2013 and last reviewed on Apr 08, 2019 - 1 min read
A very frequently asked question by patients is 'how much should I exercise to have tangible heart benefits.' This article gives an idea about the exercise required for heart benefits.
Every patient who consults a cardiologist is advised about the health benefits of physical exercise. But one thing is not advised properly, that is how much exercise a person should do to have benefits to heart!
Here, I would simplify it by advising you the " Rule of Four." Rule of four states that in order to have benefits you have to walk at least:
Other Benefits of Exercises:
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