Long Hours Spent While Sitting Hikes up the Risks of Dying in Three Years
One of the study in its emerging state suggested that the individuals that spent longer hours while sitting, gradually develop a mounting thereat of suffering from cardiovascular diseases. They can also get affected from the diseases like diabetes, slows metabolism and reduces the span of life.
The study was initiated by the experts from the University of Sydney and discovered that adults spend more than eleven hours in a day. These adults gradually push themselves under the category of risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Unknowingly, they also increase the risk of losing their lives in the upcoming three years, up to 40% as compared to their counterparts.
The lead researcher of the study, Dr. Hidde van der Ploeg, belonging to the University of Sydney's School of Public Health said that taking a morning walk or a trip to the gym remains vital fragments of the routine. Along with that sitting for long hours should also be avoided.
As per the claims made by the researcher, their studies highlights the fact that the time, which is spent usually by most of the adults, in sitting at work, in front of the TV, in traffic or elsewhere should be reduced to the possible levels.
The study advice the adults to get involved in modest intensity activity. These may include taking a walk that lasts for at least 30 minutes.
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