A poor posture can cause back pain and affect the spine, which can have adverse effects on the heart and lungs. Too often leaning forward, lung capacity may decrease by 30%.
Sitting at the desk all day
Women who sit for more than 6 hours a day die 40% more often within 15 years than women who sit less than 3 hours. The percentage for men is 20. More extended sitting can lead to a heart attack and a metabolic syndrome.
Fast food can lead to bloating, excessive gas and acid reflux. You should keep in mind that it takes about 20-30 minutes for your brain to get the message out of your stomach that you are full. Men who eat fast are 84% more likely to be overweight, and women are a little more than twice as vulnerable.
Not getting enough sleep
Sleeping less than 6 hours a night can cause many illnesses such as heart disease and obesity. Lack of sleep is also associated with premature death.
If you work more than 10 hours a day, it is 60% more likely that you develop heart disease or have a heart attack.
Too often tan
Women who go to the tanning salons more than once a month develop a malignant melanoma 55% more likely.
To overeat red meat
Consuming too much unprocessed red meat can increase the risk of death by 13%.
For every hour of television, your life is reduced by 22 minutes.
Smoking cigarettes reduce your life expectancy by ten years.
Omitting the breakfast
People who do not eat breakfast are four times more likely to be overweight.