Many people spend more than nine hours a day sitting, not just at work, writes "Daily Mail."
Many seats can be increases the risk of various diseases and causes deathand also affects hormones, metabolism and can cause inflammation.
According to the latest research, more than a third of people spend more time sitting at the weekend than at a desk during the weekand free time is often spent watching the screen, either in front of the TV or on the Internet.
This habit leaves not only a trace in the back, but increases the risk of very serious diseases.
In Britain, this way of life has killed 70,000 people in 2016 and the first time it has cost the National Health Service (NHS) – £ 700 million a year.
Seated, according to many aspects, has an independent influence, and so on affects the behavior of hormones, the work of metabolism and brain function, and even triggers inflammatory processes in the body.
Researchers at the University of Belfast and the University of Ulster have concluded that cuts should be made in the seats to improve people's health and reduce the financial burden on the health service.
Diseases associated with long periods of session, if obesity is excluded, are cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, certain forms of cancer such as lung cancer and premature death from various causes.
In addition, sitting affects brain, mood, cognitive ability, memory and increases the risk of dementia.
Even those who practice regularly are not spared if they spend the rest of the day sitting. The session has such devastating effects on health that doctors call this "new smoking" behavior.