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how long do you sit in a day
“It’s a desk job, so maybe 8 hours?”
“I stay at home doing chores, but the rest of the time I sit on the sofa.”
How long have you been sitting?
“I sit from 9am to 12am in the morning and most of the afternoon until the end of work.”
I will tell you an amazing fact.
Sitting for an hour shortens your lifespan by 23 minutes.
“Huh?! You’re lying, aren’t you?!”
You may be surprised, but the latest research has such results.
But when I think about it, I think so.
Do you know what determines your health?
“A doctor at the hospital?”
What determines your health is the “autonomic nerve”.
Muscles are the only things you can consciously move.
Only 30% of the body is muscle.
The remaining 70% is controlled by the autonomic nervous system.
Blood pressure, blood flow, pulse, blood sugar, digestion, absorption, cell synthesis, etc.
The autonomic nervous system controls and runs your body.
When asked where the autonomic nerves are located, it is “inside the spine.”
You can also say autonomic nerve = spine.
Continuing to sit leads to distortion of the spine.
This is because the human skeleton is not designed to sit.
It is said that it takes 20,000 years to adapt to sitting.
I don’t know if it’s true or not, but it means that sitting for that long is risky.
The World Health Organization (WHO) also considers desk work to be the most susceptible occupation.
“Even if I say that, what should I do with my desk work?”
The important thing is not to sit still.
As I mentioned earlier, our bodies are not designed to keep sitting.
Try to get up at least once an hour, even if you don’t have anything to do.
If possible, go to the bathroom, get some coffee, or move your body.
“I’m too busy with work to do that.”
For those who say, even for a moment, please stand up and step a few times or stretch your upper body.
It takes less than 5 seconds.
This alone resets the state of the spine.
And be careful with your sitting posture.
By sitting in good posture, your autonomic nervous system is kept healthy.
Place the back of your hand on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the back of the hand and arch the spine. there is).
“Is it okay if I don’t puff out my chest?”
Yes, please don’t push yourself.
Pushing your chest out can make things worse.
Specialized in depression and autonomic imbalance
Autonomic nerve specialist Nobuhiro Miyajima
Nishifuna Reset Manipulative Clinic
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