Just over a quarter of Danish schoolchildren between the ages of 11 and 15 perform at least one year of active physical activity on a daily basis, suggesting that being a lifeblood is a major health risk.The Dan Health Authority produced a significant engagement of 1,677 students who had been wearing a propeller for almost a week, strengthened to the hips.Moving a lifestyle is a health risk for children The results stunned the researchers. It turned out to be children between the ages of 11 and 15 three quarters spent almost 11 hours daily or inactive on weekdays, even on Saturdays and Sundays, up to 12 hours may exceed the number of hours filled with no movement.A professor at the University of Southern Denmark, Jens Troelsen he called the results "and has a" serious impact on the health system of the country ". The expert noted that in the past 10-20 years the number of electronic devices in Denmark has multiplied, meaning that there will soon be no child in the country who has no smartphone or other device.
- That is why it is important that children jump more
- You can shorten the life span of too many lives
- How many active games does the child need?