Active sitting breaks assure a healthier lifestyle for fat people

Brief and intermittent breaks in sitting can actually assure a sound, long-term health status to any obese patient. For instance, a drastic rise in the insulin levels of people was observed in obese patients who performed a light activity at their workplace in contrast to the people who sat for long hours at work. Constantly raised levels of glucose/blood sugar tend to harden the blood vessels and therefore pave a way for plausible cardiovascular diseases. Taking small breaks in an otherwise sedentary lifestyle can actually serve as an effectual preventive measure for the people who are at the risk of developing diabetes at any point of time in life.