Physical activity is believed to enhance body functions and sense of wellbeing in general population. This study aimed to explore physical activity measures; and the association between those measures, and mental wellbeing among older adults in South and Southeast Asia. Five observational and four interventional studies on physical activity were analysed. Depression and sleep quality were the commonest outcome variables.
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Association football , more commonly known as simply football or soccer [a] a shortening of the word "association" , is a team sport played with a spherical ball between two teams of 11 players. The game is played on a rectangular field called a pitch with a goal at each end. The object of the game is to outscore the opposition by moving the ball beyond the goal line into the opposing goal. The team with the higher number of goals wins the game. Football is played in accordance with a set of rules known as the Laws of the Game.
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Scientists have homed in on the secrets of a longer life by studying thousands of pensioners who lived to their 90s and beyond. In the case of men, their chances of reaching their 90s were surprisingly dependent on how well they looked after themselves from their 70s onwards, the scientists found, suggesting their life expectancy was not already determined by their former lifestyle. Detailed lifestyle records of the elderly volunteers revealed that men had to keep themselves in peak condition to have a reasonable chance of joining the nonagenarians, while women coped better and lived longer despite chronic and often disabling illnesses. Health experts have long known that lack of exercise, poor diet, smoking and stress can have a dramatic impact on lifespan, but have been less clear how big an effect each can have.
The latest evidence is showing that exercise not only strengthens your heart and may trim your waist, but regular physical activity can actually slow the aging process on a cellular level and potentially add years to your life. The latest research also gives us our first clues about why physical activity is so important — and it appears that it can actually make your cells biologically younger. Brigham Young researchers looked at DNA samples of nearly 6, adults. Another recent study found that men and women in their 70s who exercise regularly have the heart, lung and muscle fitness of healthy people 30 years younger.