How 15 minutes of exercise can undo the damage of sitting all day

Sitting for a long period daily has been linked to an increased risk of diabetes and dementia. Now, a new study shows that people who sit for a prolonged time during their workday face a nearly 35% increased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. However, researchers have found that the risk can be reversed by engaging in about 15 to 30 minutes of exercise every day.

The study, published in the journal JAMA Network Open, found that sitting all day can have serious impacts on people’s health such as increased risk of early death and heart problems. These risks can be mitigated including regular breaks and additional physical activity in the schedule, Medical News Today reported. 

For the study, the researchers examined 481,688 participants over 20 years, focusing on their health, occupational sitting, physical activity, and other lifestyle habits. They found that a sedentary work life, which refers to spending most of their time sitting, led to a 16% increase in the risk of mortality from all causes compared to those who had an active lifestyle, Study Finds revealed. 

Tuesday, January 30, 2024


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