Ten dangerous lifestyles for white-collar workers

Ten dangerous lifestyles for white-collar workers

“Busy, so busy that I’ve lost my head.”

What do the busy white-collar workers lose in the “money” and “healthy” barter?

What kind of methods do they choose to combat busy work and life?

  Dangerous way 1: Extreme lack of physical exercise.

  Of the 932 respondents, only 96 exercised at regular times every week, and 68% chose “hardly exercise.”

This can easily cause fatigue, dizziness, etc., and cause excessive and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

  Dangerous method 2: Do not seek medical treatment if you are sick.

  Surveys show that nearly half of the people buy medicines themselves when they are sick, and one-third don’t even care about any apparent “small problems.”

  Many working people’s diseases have been delayed, and the optimal treatment time has been missed. Some diseases are masked by the absorption of drugs on the surface and accumulated into major diseases.

  Dangerous method 3: lack of active medical examination.

  Of the 932 people, 219 never had a physical examination.

  Dangerous method 4: Do not eat breakfast.

  As the pace of work accelerates, eating breakfast that meets nutritional requirements has become a luxury for white-collar workers in the office.

Of the respondents, only 219 were regular and ate breakfast in accordance with nutritional requirements.

It is common to skip breakfast or choke.

  Dangerous way 5: Global communication with family.

  More than 41% of the office population rarely communicate with their families, and even if their families take the initiative to care, 32% of people often cope with it.

In the absence of communication, counselling, and venting, the stress of the office population is increasing.

  Dangerous mode 6: Long-term in air-conditioned environment.

  When at work, more than 70% of the people live in air-conditioned rooms almost all year round, except when they go out to work.

“Greenhouse people” have reduced their own body regulation and disease resistance.

  Dangerous method 7: Sitting still.

  Of the respondents, 542 had a working habit of not standing up easily unless they sat down and went to the toilet.

Sitting for a long time is not conducive to blood circulation and will cause a lot of metabolism and cardiovascular diseases. Long-term sitting is also an important factor for cervical and lumbar disc herniation.

  Dangerous method 8: Sleep time cannot be guaranteed.

  More than 60% of people often cannot guarantee 8 hours of sleep, and another 7% often suffer from insomnia.

  Dangerous method 9: Face the computer too long.

  31% of people often use a computer for more than 8 hours a day.

Excessive use and dependence on computers, in addition to radiation, also make eye diseases, lumbar and cervical spondylosis, and mental illnesses very common among the office population.

  Dangerous pattern 10: Irregular diet.

  There are more than one-third of the people cannot guarantee to eat three meals on time, and ensure that half of the people who eat a fixed amount of meals regularly.