Although exercising at any time of the day or night is beneficial for human health and the body, a recent study has shown that early morning exercise has more benefits.
Health experts studied more than 86,000 people, who exercised at different times of the day, and scientists also evaluated the health of these people.
According to media reports, the research published in the Oxford Academy’s medical journal, health experts from different countries, obtained data from the UK Biobank on more than 86,000 people who had exercised for 6 to 8 years.
The ages of these individuals ranged from 42 to 78 years and more than half of them were women.
All the individuals had done different types of exercise to build health and size at different times of the day and night and provided all their information to the biobank.
Experts analyzed the data from these individuals, and found that those who exercised in the morning were benefiting more, while women had twice the benefit of exercising in the morning compared to men.
During the study, experts also evaluated the effects of exercise on the health and size of the participants, including their body mass index (BMI).
Experts found that people who exercise between 8 and 11 am have a significantly lower risk of various diseases, while those who exercise later in the day or at night do not. would have
The results showed that those who exercised between 8 and 11 am had a 16 percent lower risk of coronary heart disease.
Similarly, people who exercise during the mentioned hours have a 17% lower chance of having a stroke, and also have a significantly reduced risk of other diseases.
The results showed that women who exercised during these hours had greater benefits than men, and were 22 percent less likely to develop coronary artery disease and 24 percent less likely to have a stroke. Decreases to percent.
Experts said that eating after 8 pm or exercising at other times of the day and at night does not have the same benefits as in the morning.