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They were asked to complete a questionnaire about how many hours a day they spent sitting, standing and sleeping as well how much time they spent walking or engaging in physical activity.
You can cancel out harmful effects of sitting down all day if you walk home instead, new study suggests. Researchers tracked how much time participants spent sitting and how much physical activity they did per week.
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Participants who met even the lowest requirement for physical activity eliminated the risk of dying from any cause, unless they sat for more than eight hours a day. Even among those who sat less than four hours a day, their risk was much higher if.
Researchers found those who sat for more than six hours a day and were inactive had the highest risk of dying from any cause or from cardiovascular disease. But even meeting the lowest requirement for physical activity completely eliminated the risk of dying from any.
'In the absence of some physical activity, merely reducing sitting times may be insufficient for better health.'. In an accompanying editorial, Dr Charles Matthews, physical activity epidemiologist and investigator at the National Cancer Institute, says the findings show there are several ways to eliminate the mortality.
Sitting time was broken into four categories: less than four hours, four to less than six hours, six to eight hours and more than eight hours. Participants met the Australian weekly physical activity recommendations if they exercised moderately 150 to 300 minutes per week or.
'It is more important than ever to attend to our daily physical activity and sitting time to try to optimize both behaviors for better health he wrote. 'To this end, the report from Stamatakis and colleagues provide new and actionable insights for translating their findings.
A new study from the University of Sydney in Australia has found that those who sat more than six hours a day had the highest risk of dying from any cause or from cardiovascular disease (file image) For the study, published in the Journal of.