Guidelines for doing physical activities by age

The World Health Organization (WHO) has released its latest exercise guidelines focused on activities by age.

The theme remains focused on people of all ages. Take time to exercise At least 10 minutes each time, not even babies. There are also activities that must be done to exercise the body as well.

Guidelines for doing physical activities by age

The following guidelines , This advice includes the following people ” women who are pregnant, Women in the postpartum state Chronic patients and disabled” Dr. ufabet said.

  • Babies
    WHO recommends that infants be in the prone position for at least 30 minutes a day, known as tummy time, which promotes musculoskeletal development. Should not be left to sit still. Or have been sitting in a stroller for more than 60 minutes
  • Adults 18-64 years old
    adults without medical problems and of this age range A minimum of 150-300 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity should be performed per week. Or do high-intensity activities 75-150 minutes In addition, WHO recommends doing muscle-building activities. Focus on managing the main muscle groups. At least two days a week or so.
  • Elderly
    For people over the age of 65, the World Health Organization recommends balance and muscle strength training, such as strength training at a moderate or higher intensity level. At least three days a week To prevent falls and improve the overall function of the body
  • Children and adolescents
    The advice for children is different from the advice for adults in that it is a “per day” practice, not per week. Children and adolescents should do activities with moderate to heavy intensity. At least an hour every day And do muscle building activities At least three days a week
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The report contains information that says. If practicing or exercising below the WHO recommended threshold, this can increase your risk of developing a number of diseases, including some bodily disorders.

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Depression
  • Cognitive development
  • Growth and development of children and adolescents
  • Falls and elderly mobility