ASN 2015: sedentary lifestyle can increase the risk of kidney disease original 2015-10-24MedSciMedSciAccording to a new study, long time to
ASN 2015: sedentary lifestyle can increase the risk of kidney disease original 2015-10-24MedSciMedSci
According to a new study, long time to maintain a sedentary posture may be the risk factors of chronic kidney disease. The findings will be presented at the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) 2015 conference in Santiago, USA, November 3rd - -8.
Sedentary behavior (in the sitting position, the heat consumption and the rest of the consumption of heat when not much difference) is usually associated with physical inactivity (lack of moderate / high intensity physical activity) confusion. Sedentary behavior is a major risk factor for diabetes, hypertension and obesity, but it is not clear why sedentary behavior increases the risk of chronic kidney disease.
Dr. Dominique Ferranti and colleagues measured the intensity and duration of physical activity in 5873 adults.
The results showed that a 80 minute daily increase (assuming a daily waking up of up to 16 hours) increased the risk of developing chronic kidney disease by up to 20%. The relationship between the two was not related to moderate / high intensity physical activity time, demographic factors, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, lung disease, and the condition of the body's activities. In addition, after adjustment for type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and obesity, the two remained associated.
"Sedentary behavior, not only refers to the lack of moderate / high intensity physical activity, may be an independent risk factor for the development of chronic kidney disease," Dr. Beddhu said, "progress is necessary to test whether sedentary behavior can affect chronic kidney disease, and thus increase the risk of end-stage renal disease. Therefore, it is necessary to implement interventions aimed at sedentary behavior to delay the progression of chronic kidney disease."