Rome, the person who is addicted to the internet are usually less mobile, less sleep and eye irritation easy. But according to research in Italy, under certain conditions often go to the Internet can actually make a person live longer.
Research conducted by Dr. Americo Bonanni of the Sacred Heart in Rome, Italy revealed that people who are always connected to the Internet tend to be less sick. Although sometimes the lack of movement, diet or diets tend to be healthier.
Diet in question is the consumption of fruit and fresh fish, which is often referred to as the Mediterranean Diet. This type of diet which many nutrition experts recommend this for a long time believed to be good to keep a healthy heart and blood vessels.
In addition to reducing the risk of stroke and heart attack, the Mediterranean diet is also effective in reducing the risk of cancer because fruits contain lots of antioxidants. Calories in fruit and fresh fish are also lower than other foods, making it safer from the risk of obesity.
“The results of observation of 1,000 people showed that people who are often exposed to information tend to live a healthier diet,” says Dr. Bonanni is publishing the study in the International Journal of Public Health, as quoted from Dailymail.
From this statement can be inferred, not all types of activities conducted on the internet can provide the benefits of healthy living. Menyeharkan Internet only if it is used to access information, not to spend long hours playing online games.
Therefore, Dr. Bonanni added that similar effects were also obtained when people often read newspapers or watch news on television. The reason is, the mass media at this time more and more present health information that is very effective for the delivery of messages.
Although associated with a healthy diet, can not be denied that many previous studies linking the internet with a sedentary lifestyle or exercise infrequently. As a result, not least the internet addicts who have problems with obesity and a variety of complications including heart disease and diabetes.
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