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Sitting risks: How harmful is too much sitting?
And as a host of research has also pointed out, too much sitting also ups your risk for developing serious health concerns, including obesity and metabolic syndrome.
Children and Screen Time: How Much is Too Much?
The risk of injury comes when you're trying to do too much, too fast.
Reducing sitting time is important, too.
Drinking too much alcohol can raise blood pressure to unhealthy levels.
Stretch and flex your calf muscles before sitting up.
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If you munch while sitting in front of the TV, trade potato chips for carrot sticks.
If your walking pace isn't speedy enough to qualify as moderate-intensity exercise, those steps still help prevent the problems that can occur from sitting too much during the day.
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