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Can likes, tweets, selfies, fans, followers and searchers leave you with cancer?

by , 08 October 2014

You can probably count on one hand the number of people you know who don't use Facebook or Twitter.

But has the Internet and the fact that its part of everyday life become just another common cancer risk factor we have to seriously look into?

One small scale study says it is.

According to researchers, it's because loneliness and limited physical interaction with people puts you at risk of cancer in the digital age.

But other experts disagree saying this reason is “hogwash”.

They say there's more to your love of all things digital and how it raises your cancer risk.

Here's why…

You don’t even need to get up for a book in the digital age

How many times do you stand up from your desk every day?
Once? Twice?
And it’s probably to go to the loo or fill your coffee cup, right?
Think about how different it was just 15 to 20 years ago. You had to get up and look for reference in a book kept in the library section of your office.
You’d walk up and down a lot more to do the everyday things you take for granted nowadays.
You wouldn’t be able to Google everything, you’d walk to the photo shop to develop your prints and you’d go through to your colleagues office to speak to him about after work drinks instead of sending him a Facebook message.
And that’s exactly why experts say the digital age could be one of the leading causes of cancer in the future.
After all, sitting too long at your desk and hardly moving for eight to ten hours a day is casuing your cancer risk to sky rocket…
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Study confirms: You increase your risk of cancer when you sit all day

In the June edition of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, researchers confirm how detrimental sitting all day is to your health.
It showed it increases your risk of multiple types of cancers, for example:
·         Your risk of uterine cancer is 32% if you spend your day sitting; and
·         Your risk of colon cancer is 24% when you’re behind your desk all day;
But that’s not the most shocking results from the study!
In fact:
·         If you sit for an extra two hours a day, your risk of uterine cancer goes up by 10%; and
·         If you sit for two hours longer each day, your risk of colon cancer shoots up by 8%.
That means, when you finish work, you shouldn’t go home and sit in front of the TV or on your phone.
So how do you keep the digital age from robbing you of your health and leaving you with cancer?
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Use these three tips to lower your risk of cancer in the digital age

Tip #1: Get up as often as you can during the day
At work, get up and walk around every 20 minutes. Alternatively, get up every hour and walk around for at least 5 minutes.
Walk to the printer, get some coffee or walk up and down the stairs to get your body moving.
Tip #2: Walk the dogs or go to gym before you sit on the couch
Instead of plopping yourself on the couch when you get home, get some good heart-pumping exercise.
Take advantage of the sun going down a little later every day and get outdoors!
Tip #3: Cut digital out of your weekend
Use your weekends to lower your cancer risk. Keep social media to a minimum and leave TV watching to the evenings. Do work only when you must and keep it to hour segments only.
Take up new hobbies that involve getting your body moving and your heart pumping.
As you can see it’s easy to let the digital age you live in rob you of your health, but there are still plenty opportunities to take back control to lower your risk of cancer. 

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