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Regular TV viewing shortens life expectancy – Digikar


Scientists from Britain rightly believe that regular TV viewing can lead to premature death. While watching TV, a person is usually sedentary and has limited access to fresh air, so there is a high probability of developing serious illnesses that can be fatal.

The organizers of the study argue that even 3-4 hours of watching TV adversely affect health. Among all the factors of a cardinal deterioration in health, a sedentary lifestyle turned out to be at the forefront, provoking stagnant processes in the body and ailments that are difficult to cure. With a high probability, diabetes mellitus, overweight, which often causes heart problems, as well as problems with sleep and digestion, may appear.

It was also noted that “heavy” stories and “television” negatives do not have the best effect on the psyche. Therefore, the combination of a sedentary lifestyle and TV is not unreasonably dangerous to health.

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