If unable to stand on one leg for more than 10 seconds at 50, chances of early death; Information from the study

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Health News : Being balanced is essential for a healthy and long life. It is important to be balanced not only mentally but also physically. But for those over 50, a worrying research has emerged. According to a recent research, after the age of fifty, having difficulty standing on one leg for more than ten seconds increases the risk of premature death. 

Recently a research was conducted on 1702 people below the age of 50. Shocking information was revealed in this. After the age of 50, many people find it difficult to stand on one leg. According to researchers, having difficulty standing on one leg for 10 seconds or more increases the risk of premature death.  Studies have shown that people who cannot stand on one leg for ten seconds are more likely to die prematurely. 

 
4.7 percent of people aged 51 to 55 could not perform the task of standing on one leg. Research has revealed that 8.1 percent of people aged 56 to 60, 17.8 percent of people aged 61 to 65, 36.8 percent of people aged 66 to 70 and 57.6 percent of people aged 71 to 75 could not do the task of standing on one leg for ten seconds. After age 50, the ability to stand on one leg seems to decline every five years. Research has revealed that the number of people unable to balance on one leg increases by twofold after 50. 

Those who could not stand on one leg for ten seconds, suffered from many diseases. Those who fail the balance test become obese. Research has revealed that diseases like hypertension, coronary artery disease and dyslipidemia occur.
 
How is the balance test done? A test of standing on the right leg for ten seconds or more was conducted in the study. It is also called balance test. You can also do this balance test at home. Try to stand for ten seconds on any one leg. Keep both hands away from the body. Test the balance three times… 

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