Doing chores help women to reduce mortality risk



Web Desk: A recent study reveals that women who work in older ages such as above 65, can live longer than who don’t. The reason is older people use more energy going the same kind of activities they did when younger.

The study was published in the American Geriatrics Society Journal, stated that, 30 minutes of this physical activity equates exercise and reduce mortality risk by 12 per cent and it also prevent the risk of chronic diseases.

According to the professor of University of California in San Diego, Andrea LaCroix, “A lot of what we do on a daily basis is improving our health, such as walking to the mail box, strolling around the neighborhood, folding clothes and straightening up the house. Activities like these account for more than 55 per cent of how older individuals get their daily activity,”