Active & fit children have healthier lungs in adulthood
A recent study has found that children who have an active lifestyle in young age and are fit have lesser chances of lung related problems when they grow up.
The activities performed during the childhood help the lungs become stronger and better in adulthood.
Healthier lungs can lower the risk of developing chronic lung disease later in life.
Lungs can get affected by chronic lung diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. These disease are common across the world and can impact a person’s overall health severely.
More than 2000 children were studied by researchers and data claims that exercise and play can help make lungs healthier in kids.