Physical Inactivity Has Lot Of Negative Effects. Part 2 of 3

Physical Inactivity Has Lot Of Negative Effects – Part 2 of 3

Among the studies reviewed by Biswas and his team, the definition of prolonged sitting ranged from eight hours a day to 12 hours or more. Sitting, or sitting activities ubiquitous with sitting such as driving, using the computer or watching TV, shouldn’t comprise more than four to five hours of a person’s day citing guidelines issued by Public Health Agency of Canada. “We found that employ is very good, but it’s what we do across our day.


Exercise is just one hour in our day, if we’re diligent; we need to do something when we’re not otherwise exercising, fellow finding excuses to move around, take the stairs, or carry groceries rather than use the shopping cart at the supermarket”. The biggest health hazard stemming from prolonged sitting, according to the review, was a 90 percent higher chance of developing type 2 diabetes. Among studies examining cancer incidence and deaths, significant links were specifically noted between sedentary behavior and breast, colon, uterine and ovarian cancers.

One ponder in the review showed that fewer than eight hours of sitting time per day was associated with a 14 percent lower risk of potentially preventable hospitalization. Dr Joshua Septimus, a clinical accessory professor of internal medicine at Houston Methodist Hospital in Texas, praised the new research, saying it “gives us more data to help consideration our patients. The idea that we could exercise for 15 or 20 minutes a day and that could completely erase any harms of a sedentary lifestyle for the other 23 hours a day is just too hopeful.

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