WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Lack of activity and stable intake has nearly killed 70,000 people in the UK every year, according to a recent survey.
Experts warn that Britain is dependent on a 'sitting economy' where most of the adults work at cost times in offices.
Approximately 30% of people spend 6 hours per day sitting, all week, but remarkably this level rises to 37% at weekends, showing a high rate t laziness and fun inactivity.
Researchers at Queen's University in Belfast have warned that violent behavior is causing thousands of cases of heart disease, diabetes 2, cancer and even death.
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In their research published in the BMJ Epidemiology and Community Health magazine, educators believed that the National Health Authority costs £ 762 million a year in addressing lazy outcomes.
The researchers said that people spending most of the day sitting in one place saw an 88 per cent increase in the risk of type 2 diabetes, a 14% higher risk from diabetes. cardiac disease, a 25% higher risk of premature death and an increased risk of lungs. 27%, 30% breast cancer, and breast cancer 28%.
"Our study showed that sustainable behavior sustained up to the estimated 70,000 people in 2016," said giant Leonie Heron, at the University's Center for Public Health. 5% heart disease.
Officers have repeatedly warned of the distribution of the 'divine distribution' in Britain, while researchers say that even if you are physically active you are sitting for a long time. damaging your health and increasing the risk of a wide range of health concerns.
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