According to a study, people who exercise for 30-40 minutes a day have a lower risk of premature death.
The study also found that people who exercise for longer than 40 minutes a day do not have any additional health benefits.
The type of exercise you do also matters. Aerobic exercise, such as running or cycling, is more effective at reducing the risk of premature death than resistance training.
The study suggests that the ideal amount of exercise for longevity is 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise per week.
However, any amount of exercise is better than none. Even just 15 minutes of exercise a day can have health benefits.
It's important to find an exercise routine that you enjoy and can stick to in the long term.