Common habits that cause heart disease, obesity, diabetes or other diseases

Want to avoid heart disease, obesity, diabetes or other diseases?


According to a report released by the World Health Organization, 500 million people may suffer from heart disease, obesity, diabetes or other diseases in the next few years if people do not increase physical activity.


The report, based on a survey of 194 countries, warned that if immediate action is not taken, trillions of dollars could be lost by 2030.



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According to the World Health Organization, countries should implement policies to mobilize people through walking, cycling, sports and other physical activities.


The report said that the global goal of physical activity can only be achieved if more and more people become physically active, there is a need to raise awareness about this.


According to experts, physical activity is the key to economic and social improvement, but investment in this regard is negligible.


Earlier in 2020, the World Health Organization issued guidelines for the first time, saying that spending too much time sitting increases the risk of multiple diseases and premature death.


According to this data, people who spend more time sitting can reduce the risk by increasing physical activity.


The guidelines state that 150 to 300 minutes of moderate physical activity or 75 to 100 minutes of vigorous physical activity should be made a habit every week, but any duration of physical activity is better than doing nothing.

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