One of the worst things you can do to your body is doing nonentity at all. A sedentary and no movement life puts a lot of risk to your health and body even if you are slim.
Universally, 1 in 4 adults aren’t poignant enough, according to the World Health Organization. And even if you think you’re an active person, you might be outlaying just enough time in front of your TV when you’re not at the gym/ground to be putting your health at risk.
The impacts of staying accommodated go far beyond what you may think. Sure, your sedentary behavior can miff your heart and make you fat, but it might also be responsible for some more surprising effects too. A sedentary lifestyle also affects people who are lean and thin by damaging their heart and health.
What’s more, other types of sedentary behavior—like watching TV or playing electronic games—can intensify your risk for fretfulness. Exercising like a maniac for an hour a day isn’t going to offset 23 hours of being sedentary. But breaking up your sitting with activity, even very light activity, can have a significant impact.
In short, we need to re-introduce a dose of tiresomeness into our lives. But we need to think of it not as an inconvenience but as a few steps to a better life.