A Harvard study of over 70,000 participants found a link between heart disease and this common practice.
And it has nothing to do with the food you eat, drinks you drink, smoking habits or other things that are most often linked to heart attack and stroke.
Are you highly productive at work?
If you are in an office environment, that could be bad news for your heart.
Many of us who work hard in front of a computer or desk job also lead a sedentary lifestyle, rarely getting up and moving.
Given that most people spend between 8-10 hours at work each day, this sedentary lifestyle adds up to potential risk factors for heart disease.
A Harvard study involving over 70,000 women found that those who sat for more than 10 hours a day had almost a 65 percent greater chance of heart attack or stroke than those who sat less than 5 hours per day.
The main reason for this was that those sitting longer also tended to develop high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels.
So, would the solution be to quit your job? Obviously, that solution could bring about its own stress and health issues.
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