"Who is better" sitting or standing? Medicine determines the least harmful way.

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People in our time spend long hours sitting on their desks, amid medical warnings of the serious consequences of the habit.


People in our time spend long hours sitting on their desks, amid medical warnings of the serious consequences of the habit.


According to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention, a person spends an average of half an day sitting at the office.

Health experts say that sitting for long periods without any physical activity leads to the accumulation of calories and fat, which affects those who are obese and a long list of diseases.

Health warnings say those who sit for eight full hours in the office without any physical movement are at risk of death, such as those who are addicted to smoking.

In the face of this disturbing situation, some may wonder about the optimal form of action and whether it is better for a person to remain standing to protect his or her health from danger.

NASA's former researcher, John Fernikos, says the human body can not sit much because it can not stay in a single body for a long time, so the solution is to resort to so-called standing offices.

The transition to "stationary offices" is very useful, he said, adding that it also helps to quit cigarette smoking, but that the option is not without its obstacles and difficulties.

A study conducted at Harvard University found that standing for a long time was also harmful, even if it doubled the number of calories burned by the body compared to the sitting body.

In the midst of this confusion, observers say that the decision does not return to the employee at the end of the day because the institution is the work that determines the seating and therefore it is not free to pay the health bill for the world's economic development of moving the man from the field to the factory before sitting in the office for hours Marathon.

Doctors are advised to sit in the office all day and move from time to time. They also have to exercise for hours to get rid of what they have accumulated during their working hours.
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