@florine Sitting for too long doesn’t increase the risk of each cancer. It is true that sitting for too long increases the risk of colon cancer. studies showed that people who exercised the most and the amount varied from study to study had a 30% or 35% risk reduction compared to people who were least active. Exercising will help you in preventing cancer and other health-related issues.
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RE: Does sitting too long cause cancer?
RE: Cold hand and pain in my left hand. What it can be?
@gavyn Hello, you may have a disease or condition that restricts blood flow to the hands. Blood flows from the heart to the hands through the ulnar artery and the radial artery. Exposure to cold temperatures causes the muscles around these arteries to tighten or constrict. You may have Raynaud's disease, rheumatoid arthritis, pulmonary hypertension, or carpel tunnel syndrome. Carpel tunnel syndrome condition involves the median nerve becoming irritated or compressed in the carpal tunnel, which is a bundle of tendons and ligaments running through the wrist and into the hand. You have serious symptoms like pain, tingling, numbness, and/or weakness. Please visit a doctor. Thanks.
RE: Why do I experience lower back pain after wearing skin-tight clothes like jeans?
@abelone Hello, no you are not. There is a study that says, Wearing very tight jeans can restrict mobility and force other muscles to strain. Outfitters that are too tight or stiff limit a person’s range of motion. Not being able to move freely adds more pressure and strain to the back, neck, and shoulder, potentially increasing the risk of pain and injury. wearing skinny jeans there are other ways to improve your posture and reduce back pain. First, try limiting the number of times you wear tight pants per week to give your back a break. Wearing loose clothes will also let your body move around more freely.
RE: Does lack sleep cause belly fat?
@gaston Hello, yes according to mayo clinic finding If you’re not getting enough sleep you are at higher risk of getting inadequate belly fat. people in the restricted sleep group had up to a 9% increase in belly fat and an 11% increase in unhealthy belly visceral fat, which surrounds the organs deep inside the belly and has been strongly linked to heart disease and other conditions like stroke, and diabetes. fat is deposited just under the skin, but a lack of sleep appears to redirect it to the deeper, more dangerous position around the organs. Also, studies have shown that when people don't get enough sleep they: Have increased levels of a hunger hormone called ghrelin and decreased levels of the satiety/fullness hormone called leptin, which could lead to overeating and weight gain.