Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Computer Adverse Effect for Health

DISCOVERY computers are very helpful man in many ways, such as typing, documentation files, to connect with the Internet network. But something was also not much better. If you are too often in front of the computer, beware of the rest of the world's age.

Recent research in New Zealand showed an adverse effect for employees who stay more in front of the computer. This research says, employees who work long hours working the table more easily through the blood clot off, when compared to aircraft passengers who travel long distances.

Research conducted Prof. Richard Beasley of the Medical Research Institute in Wellington's show, a third of hospital patients who suffered deep vein thrombosis (DVT) were office workers who spend time in front of the computer.

Approximately 34 percent of the 62 samples that had blood clots are people who for a long time to work by sitting in a chair, in front of the computer. Whereas the other 21 percent of patients with long-distance travel by plane. DVT is the formation of blood clots in the veins in, most often in the legs.

Clumps can be moved to the heart, lungs, or brain, causing chest pain, shortness of breath, until the death of a heart attack or stroke.

According to Beasley, some office workers who experienced clots sat for 14 hours / day. Some of them did not even move from the chair for 3-4 hours! (Suara Merdeka)

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