While there is no doubt that positive lifestyle can make life a lot better, a recent research went on to say that shoving off sedentary activities can increase a person's lifespan too.
"The people are watching television for up to four hours a day and spending 60% to 70% of their time being sedentary, and that is because of our lifestyle and occupations”, said Dr. Wilby Williamson, an NHS expert in sports medicine, while making it all the more clear that there is need to rope in some sort of movement in lifestyle beyond the regular chores so that risk attached with range of diseases can be reduced significantly.
It has been observed that people have inculcated many habits which are not healthy enough, thereby putting themselves under an escalated risk of cardiovascular health. Despite of so many efforts made, the lack of will is found to be one of the reasons for not taking care of health.
It has been claimed that the more time one spends on sitting idle in front of TV or other activities, more are the chances that one would invited hosts of problems. There is need that people do include a mix of exercises in their daily routine so that they can work out the best for their body like standing up and bouncing on your heels, etc.
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