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8 Reasons Why Sitting Too Much Is Dangerous for Your Health

With so many advances in technology, our lifestyles are changing, and as a result, we’re spending a lot more time sitting down – also called ‘being sedentary’ – at home, at work and while travelling.

When you think about our daily routine, once we get up in the morning, we: sit down to have breakfast, sit down in the car on the way to work, sit down at work all day, drive home, eat dinner sitting down, and then sit on the couch to watch tv or surf the internet. That’s a lot of sitting down. So, why is it a problem?  (Read on to find out!)

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