Always get up from your seat every 15 minutes to avoid muscles from getting damaged.
Previous studies and reviews have shown that higher levels of sitting are linked with cancer, diabetes, heart disease and even an early death, independently of whether a person takes regular exercise.
The researchers determined that the increased risk of diabetes per additional hour of sedentary time was 22 percent.
Prolonged sitting such as watching TV and using the computer may increase risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, says a new study.
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For obese people who sit for most of the day, replacing some sitting time with standing, slow walking or slow cycling reduces average blood sugar across the day and into the night, a small study ...
"Sitting, watching TV, working at a computer and driving in a car are all sedentary behaviours and we need to take breaks from them."
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Prolonged sitting in the same posture can add a tremendous amount of pressure to the back muscles and spinal discs.