- A new study investigates the potential effect of exercising at different times to prevent cardiovascular disease and stroke.
- The study finds that people who exercise in the morning achieve the greatest reduction in risk. This is particularly true for women.
- The best time of day to exercise may be around 11 am according to the study.
Although exercise is always generally good for health, a large new prospective study finds that one particular time of day may offer the greatest benefit when it comes to lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and stroke.
The study found that physical activity in the morning, between 8 and 11 am, had the greatest positive effect on a person’s risk of CVD and stroke compared to activity at