Use physical activity setting to predict life expectancy

Research shows that regular physical activity is associated with increased lifespan. Several studies have been conducted in this area, and while exact figures may vary depending on various factors, one of them shows the following:

  • A study published in the "PLOS Medicine" journal in 2012 showed that physical activity meeting the recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO) (150 minutes of moderate-intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous activity per week) can increase average lifespan by 3.4 years.

In the future, we plan to add more studies and allow users to choose between them.