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5 Hours per Day in Front of PC, Make Quick Death

These findings add to evidence about the dangers that continue to accumulate for long sitting.
According to research, spent more than 5 hours per day in front of a computer can damage the heart and lead to death more quickly. The reason is the position of sitting, especially sitting back, which is a common position when people work with computers, playing games, or watching television.

The study was conducted by Emmanuel Stamatakis, researchers from University College London, UK. He conducted a study of more than 4,500 people aged over 35 years and the results published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

These findings add to the evidence continues to accumulate about the dangers of sitting for long. In fact, the current trend is more and more people sitting at the computer while working at the office.

"People who spent more than 4 consecutive hours per day in front of the computer has a 125 percent higher chance of death related to heart disease than those who only spend less than 2 hours in front of the screen," Stamatakis said, as quoted from Examiner, 20 April 2011.

Stamatakis said, from research, they also found that 48 percent of people who spent 4 hours at the computer in a row is also likely to experience more rapid death due to other factors outside the heart.

Furthermore, those who spend more than 5 hours at the computer per day, the risk of death more quickly rose significantly.

Previously, it was estimated that those who spend too much time in front of the computer, or also in front of the television, is a lazy person to exercise and lead to the emergence of disease. However, the data obtained, is not the case.

"People who exercise regularly in their spare time also have the chance to die more quickly," said Stamatakis.

Researchers believe that the cause does is sit too long. The position is known to cause 90 percent decrease in the enzyme lipoprotein lipase and a healthy heart. Swelling and metabolic problems caused by the Inactivity in a long time also be a source of problems.

However, there is a solution for those who are forced to work at a computer all day. "You have to get up every 20 minutes and walk away for a moment," said Stamatakis. "That would reduce these problems and may increase your chances of living longer," he said.

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