“Medicines are an extremely important part of the treatment of many heart conditions and people on prescribed drugs should keep taking their vital meds. If you have a heart condition or have been told you’re at high risk of heart disease, talk to your doctor about the role that exercise can play in your treatment.”
Dr Peter Coleman of the Stroke Association said exercise alongside drugs had a vital role that merited more research.
“By taking important steps, such as regular exercise, eating a balanced diet and stopping smoking, people can significantly reduce their risk of stroke.”
“Moderate physical activity, for example, can reduce the risk of stroke by up to 27%.”
Source: BBC NEWS