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For those who love jogging or jogging, there is an easy way to predict the risk of heart disease within the next 10 years. Provided that it can cover a distance of 1.6 km in less than 10 minutes, it is unlikely the heart will be problematic.

In the world of sport, a distance of 1.6 km or 1 mile is equivalent to 4 times the length of the track running on the athletic field. The distance is a standard that is often used for physical endurance tests, both among athletes and military institutions.

A study at UT Southwestern Medical Center reveals, a distance of 1.6 km can also predict the risk of stroke and heart attacks, especially in middle-aged men. The faster the travel time at that distance, the less the risk of heart disease in the next 10 years.

In the study, experts looked at 11,000 men who underwent physical tests at Cooper Clinic, Dallas between 1970-1990. Of these, 1,106 participants died before 2006 due to stroke and heart attack.

After analyzing and adjusting the data with a variety of other factors, the researchers concluded that travel time when running affected the risk of having heart problems. His influence was most apparent in middle-aged men between 45-55 years.

For example, at the age of 55 years, men who take more than 15 minutes to run as far as 1.6 km risks for heart disease in the next 10 years to reach 30 percent. While men who only need less than 8 minutes, the risk is smaller than 10 percent.

Read more, the magnitude of the risk of stroke and heart attack based on travel time when running is as follows as quoted from DailyMail, Friday (05/20/2011).

Time of Risk Age 45 years Risk Age 55 years Risk Age 65 years
More than 10 minutes 12.2% 19.6% 12.2%
Less than 8 minutes 3.4% 4.9% 5.6%

Meanwhile, in a separate study published in the journal Circulation, the link time travel when running with the risk of heart disease is not found in middle-aged women. Therefore, the table above applies only to men.

"The risk of heart attacks in women aged 50 years and under is very small, but when growing older, the risk increases dramatically although it can be resisted in various ways including a healthy diet and a lot of exercise," said one researcher, Dr. Jarett Berry.

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