A life with no stress, that might sound idyllic to some, but new research has shown it comes with some downsides too. In this episode we question whether a stress-free life is really all it’s cracked up to be via a Research Review by Exercise Immunologist Dr Kate Edwards.
We also discuss the well-known daily steps target of 10,000 – its origins, evidence and new research that suggests 7,000 daily steps can go a long way towards better health.
You can read more about the articles we discussed here:
Research Review: The Mixed Benefits Of A Stressor-Free Life
How many steps a day should you take?