Cleaning for your Heart
In a study in the USA researchers measured the physical activity of 5400 women, in cleaning roles, who did not have heart disease.
Subjects wore an accelerometer, which measured how much and how they moved, when cleaning, those women had a 43% lower risk of cardiovascular and coronary heart disease, and a 30% lower risk of stroke compared to women in the same age group in more sedentary jobs. Interesting fact! Source: Journal of American Heart Association