Individuals who sit for several hours of the day not only put themselves at risk for obesity and sore limbs, but also increase their chances of developing kidney disease.No hope, no hope.
Thomas Yates, MD, of the University of Leicester and the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and leading researcher in this study, said:
"It is currently not known how sedentary time or physical activity directly impact kidney health, but less sitting and more physical activity is associated with increased cardiovascular health through improvements to blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose metabolism, and arterial health. While this study confirms the growing body of literature that supports a link between lifestyle factors and the development of chronic kidney disease, it also adds to the evidence that simply sitting less may have important health benefits."
However, the results, which were published in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases, the official journal of the National Kidney Foundation, showed significant gender differences.
Or, just disregard the bulls**t and live a life.
A fit one, of course.
That will make it possible for you to be healthier.