according to a report by the World Health Organization, one in four people does not make enough (e) exercise. In the survey of 168 Nations, Uganda is located at the top as the country stronger, while Kuwait remains as the most lazy in the last place.
In Kuwait, appearing in recent posts, more than half of the population does not enough exercise, according to the who. In Uganda, on the other hand, only 5.5 percent are not active enough.
WHO defines the exercise enough as at least 75 minutes of vigorous activity or 150 minutes of moderately intense activity per week, or any combination of the two.
In the majority of countries, women tend to be less active than men. People in the poorest nations are more than twice as many assets than their counterparts in high-income Nations. The authors of the report point to sedentary occupations and increased dependence on automobiles for the slide in activity.
Overall levels of exercise did not improve significantly between 2001 and 2016, and who does not is on track to reach its goal for 2025 reduce physical inactivity by 10 per cent. «Urgently needed a significant increase of national action in the majority of countries», they said.