Research show People with Weak Muscles Usually do not Live Longer

New York: Recent studies show that People with weak muscles usually do not live much longer than their strong counterparts, and 50 percent of them are expected to die before.

According to the researchers, muscle strength plays an important role in the future of overall health compared to its mass (mass). Apart from this, the strength of hand hold is in contrast to the range of mobility.

However, despite the simple and cost-effective testing, the strength of the hand grip is not currently part of the regular physical examination. Kate Ducovan, a researcher at the University of California at San Francisco, said, “The strength of the muscle is very important for longevity and especially in the post-life period.”

This research has been published in Journal Gerotology Medical Sciences. For this, the research team analyzed the statistics of 8,326 men and women, whose age was 65 years and above after this research its found that people with weak muscles die fast compared to people with strong muscles.

Rick Jackson

After graduating from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Rick got an internship at KYR and worked as a reporter, Rick is our community reporter & chief editor.

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After graduating from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Rick got an internship at KYR and worked as a reporter, Rick is our community reporter & chief editor.

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