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How Sitting More Is Shortening Your Life

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How Sitting More Is Shortening Your Life

Ever heard of active sitting? It happens when the person seating is encouraged to move or when she is allowed to have more mobility while seating. This concept came about as a result of the belief that movement and flexibility while in a seating position can be beneficial to the human body. It can counter the dangers sitting for long periods of time.

Let’s look at some findings that might have caused science and the medical field to have formulated active sitting:

1. A recent medical journal study came up with the results that included among others, this discovery: people who sit most of the time are 54% more likely to die of a heart attack.

2. Being attentive to your body posture while seating is the real key to a healthier life in the office or anywhere you do your work.

3. Even the simple act of rocking back and forth in a chair can help you maintain a body in tip-top shape.

Want more info about active sitting and the dangers of loving your chair too much? Check out this video produced by Flikli.com and sponsored by Varierfurniture.com.

 

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