Sitting Increase Risk of Blood Clotting

You often sit for hours? You need to be vigilant. Sitting too long can increase the risk of blood clots in the lungs. Thus the results of research conducted by experts from Canada, recently.

The study involved 69,950 female nurses who entirely. Found, those who have a habit of sitting for more than 41 hours a week have a risk of blood clots in the lungs 2-3 times greater than those without.

Freezing will cause pulmonary embolism develops. Pulmonary embolism developed due to the frozen blood clots come flowing through the veins throughout the body. Common symptoms are usually felt patients were chest pain and difficulty breathing. If not treated immediately, the cycle will lead to a heart attack.

"Our results reinforce the theory that it is not active in a long time will increase the risk of venous thromboembolism (blood vessel complications in vein). We also get clarity how this happens in everyday life," said lead researcher Christopher Kabrhel.