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sedentary

1. (of animals) moving about very little, usually because of attachment to a rock or other surface
2. (of animals) not migratory
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Sagarika Aggarwal, IVF Expert at Indira IVF hospital in New Delhi said, "Along with the sedentary lifestyle, the chemical additives and acidic nature either harms the motility and shape of the sperm cells or lead to its death.
This sedentary lifestyle may even have contributed to the rise of NCD's in the country, such as obesity and diabetes that is prevalent across all age groups.
While it has the potential to help you age more healthfully, exercise also has the potential to cause injury if you've previously led a sedentary lifestyle, if you overdo it, or if you ignore any distress signals from your body.
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Build regular exercise into your daily routine: 'Couch potatoes' or those who lead a sedentary lifestyle primarily watching TV or playing video games are more than twice as likely to suffer back pain.
Exposure to junk food and leading a sedentary lifestyle without much physical activity can cause juvenile diabetes among children, cautions Dr Gopakumar Nirmalan, diabetologist, Al Hayat International Hospital
The increased consumption of poor quality foods and the adoption of a sedentary lifestyle contribute to this growing issue.
THE sedentary lifestyle of Britons is contributing to a rise in the number of young people experiencing back and neck pain, experts have said.
Most New Brunswick children have adopted a more sedentary lifestyle than their parents had.
A diet low in whole plant foods and high in refined grains and added sugars and a sedentary lifestyle raise your risk of prediabetes and diabetes.
Professor Anthony Barnett, University of Birmingham and Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, commented: "The biggest driver for the worldwide epidemic of Type 2 Diabetes is overweight/obesity coupled with a sedentary lifestyle.