Sitting Decreases Life Expectancy
A recently published study in the online journal, BMJ Open, links decreased life expectancy to sedentary behavior.
Sitting 3 hours per day, reduces life expectancy by two years.
Watching TV more than 2 hours per day, reduces life expectancy by another 1.4 years.
People who watch TV 4 hours a day are 46% more likely to die of any cause than people who watch less than 2 hours per day.
People watching TV 4 hours a day are 80% more likely to die of cardiovascular… More