Physical activity is one of the most important and effective factors in inhibiting the ageing process.
Health does not improve with age, but with proper healthy habits and a suitable lifestyle, the chances of developing the disease can be reduced and delayed. Moderate physical activity in the elderly means such physical activity that promotes health and is performed often enough, which means at least 5 days a week.
Physical activity in old age is closely related to an individual's quality of life.
Although no physical activity can stop the biological ageing process, scientists suggest that regular physical activity reduces the physiological consequences of a sedentary lifestyle and/or improves chronic and other age-related conditions.