However, there were some caveats to the study in that only a week’s worth of data was collected for each participant.Furthermore, while the results
However, there were some caveats to the study in that only a week’s worth of data was collected for each participant.
Furthermore, while the results are positive, more research is necessary in order to conclude the positive association between moderate exercise and stroke risk.
Meanwhile, Professor Naveed Sattar of the University of Glasgow also cautioned the study may overestimate the link between exercise levels and stroke.
However, Professor Sattar said: “There is no doubt that being more active lessens excess body fat, and helps keep blood pressure at lower, healthier levels.”