Saturday, February 4, 2023

If You Have Type 2 Diabetes, Don’t Spend Too Much Time Watching TV: Here’s Why

Many people spend hours in front of the tv, It means that they do nothing but watch the program or series. And they have a lot to choose from now as there is a wide offering for multiple streaming platforms.

However, these people actually do much more than watch TV. also Eat, They bite here and there, although it is never healthy. It will not be a piece of fruit. They will not even drink water. I don’t feel like watching TV. its better Have a soda, some chips or some cookies,

this routine belongs to one person completely motionless, something that is happening again and again. this lifestyle can be serious negative effects on physical and mental healthl, since it is associated with a greater risk of loneliness, obesity, heart disease, and chronic pain of all kinds.

The more TV, the worse.

That’s according to a new study from the Baker Institute in Australia, the results of which are published in BMC Public Health, As this research suggests, a Association between television viewing time and chronic pain severity, “And these findings were even more pronounced in people with type 2 diabetes,” said Professor David Dunstan, lead author of the study.

Researchers who collected medical and personal information from nearly 4,100 participants agreed that the more time spent in front of the television, the more likely chronic pain was.

For example, people aged 50 at the start of the study had an average body pain score of 76.9, which is not very high according to expert scoring systems. However, it worsened by 0.3 units year-on-year

even increase only one hour a day of television, which may not sound like much and may not be very important, was significantly associated with a Increase in pain intensity. In this sense there was a worsening of body pain of 0.69 units.

result to Type 2 Diabetics Are Even Worse compared to non-patients. This is because according to statistics these patients spend even more time watching television, So they are doomed to more intense body pain for the fact of leading an even more sedentary life.

“Sitting without interruption for long periods of time, especially watching television, can be an iNegative effects on the control of glycemia, insulin, and other aspects of metabolism in people with type 2 diabetesAustralian experts have warned.

To the authors, these results once again demonstrate Importance of fighting against immobility: “We know that increased physical activity is a mainstay in the prevention and management of chronic health problems, but these new findings highlight the positive impact that reducing sedentary behavior can have.” It seems that not watching as much TV and moving more, especially for type 2 diabetics, would be enough to reduce chronic pain.

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