What leads to sedentary lifestyle

Sealless lifestyle affects health in the most negative way. First and foremost, a person begins to be obese. Excess calorie intake combined with hypodynamia results in rapid weight gain. All organs suffer from this. Disrupted liver, gastrointestinal tract, cholesterol levels in the blood are raised. Type two diabetes is an acquired disease in which cells become insensitive to insulin. Most often, the disease affects dull people leading sedentary lifestyles.

Hypodinamia negatively affects the functioning of the cardiovascular system. The heart muscle weakens, the force of contractions decreases, this entails a decrease in the tone of the vessels and leads to serious pathological processes, and later to complete incapacity.

When the cardiovascular system is disrupted, the metabolism slows down. All tissues and organs suffer from lack of oxygen and nutrients. The gastrointestinal tract suffers. The accumulated toxins poison the body and lead to general intoxication.

Gradually diminishes strength and endurance. Even light physical activity becomes gravitated. Depression, vegetal vascular dystonia, general weakness, chronic fatigue syndrome are the diseases that always accompany individuals who lead sedentary lifestyles.

Osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, osteochondrosis develops due to dysfunction of peripheral joints. Most commonly, the disorders occur against the background of hypodynamia.

Serious disruptions to the functions of all organs and systems ultimately lead to a reduction in life expectancy.

Preventing serious consequences can be quite simple. To do this, you should do a daily light charging, twice a week to visit the gym. In addition, it is advisable to devote more time to hiking, work in the garden, kitchen garden or cycling to the park, forest or square on weekends.

If hypodynamia is forced and caused by severe illnesses, a long course of rehabilitation will be required with the participation of doctors: neurologist, orthopedic, nutritionist, as well as massage therapist and instructor of therapeutic physical culture.

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