Strong relationships with older people encourage them to exercise

A survey has found that close relationships and warmth with the elderly are in many ways the best for their health.

This study found that if relationships with older people are long-lasting, strong and have a regular system of alertness, the elderly take care of their health, realizing their importance. That is why they are attracted to light exercise and physical exertion which is very important for them.

The survey, conducted by the University of Hawaii in the United States, is published in the Journal of Aging and Physical Activity. Central researcher Chevelle included middle-aged elderly people in the study, which included 1,190 people aged 65 to 74 in Brazil, Colombia and Albania.

The aim of the study was to find out how the interaction of older people can lead them to 150 minutes of mild or severe weekly exercise. The report also called for the elderly to be involved in the Corona epidemic so that they can continue to exercise and exercise. Strong relationships with older people at this age have the best effect on their health.

Experts have also said in their report that time should be spent especially with elderly women, even if they are mothers or close relatives. This is because women are more prone to depression. If she is asked to take a walk along with the relationship, she will probably be able to do so.

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Overall, the survey found that the loneliness of the elderly affects them more, so it is important to give them time.

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