alexa Sitting increases cardiovascular disease risk

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Sitting increases cardiovascular disease risk

It has been found that people who were the most sedentary were more likely to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and various cancers. The most sedentary people were also 24% more likely to die during the studies than participants who spent the least amount of time sitting. Public health guidelines suggest that adults should walk at least 30 minutes per day. It is suggested that people should aim to decrease their sitting time by 2-3 hours in a 12-hour day. People could stand during the commercial breaks on TV, or working standing up at your desk for a couple of hours a day may be beneficial.

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