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The World Health Organization warned about manual labor

People are no longer doing manual work as before. The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that progress in reducing the level of inactivity in the world is slightly lower. This information was given in a BBC Online report.

A recent report by WHO predicts that more than a quarter of the world, that is, 140 million people do not exercise any physical labor or exercise. Since 2001 there has been no improvement in the situation.

Health risk increases if the body does not work or does not work. It can lead to various types of heart disease including type 2 diabetes.

According to the WHO report, countries with low-paid countries, including the United Kingdom, have more income. Apart from the two regions of Asia, more inertia is observed among women around the world.

WHO researchers used 358 research data from 1 million people in 168 countries to do this research. The research paper 'The Lancet Public Health' has been published in the journal.

Researchers say that they found that the rate of unemployed people in high-income countries like USA and UK increased by 5 percent from 2001 to 2016. In 2001, the rate of physical labor was 32 percent, which increased to 37 percent in 2016. But in low-income countries, this rate remains at 16 percent.

Researchers say that less than 150 minutes of light exercises or less than 75 minutes of hard work less than a week, the researchers put in their inactive groups.

Germany, New Zealand and the United States graphs upside down in the non-exercised countries.

In South Asia, Central Asia, Middle East, North Africa and high-income Western countries, except for East and South-East Asia, the rate of exercise in women is decreasing. The researchers mentioned various reasons behind this. Apart from this, the duties of raising children during child time, cultural perspectives and obstacles in their exercise.

In the United Kingdom, the number of people not exercised in 2016 is 32 percent for men and 40 percent for women.

Experts say, the reasons for not being able to exercise in wealthy countries include sitting and hobbies. Outside of this, there are things like growth of vehicles. However, in low-income countries, people still have to work hard or walk and travel to public transportation.

The WHO report warned that the goal of bringing down the physical inactivity rate by 10 percent by 2025 will not be possible.

Resina Gothhold, who led the study of research, said that the rate of physical inactivity is not decreasing, like other global health risks. About one-fourth of adult adults are not doing as much exercise as they need to be healthy. In areas where physical inactivity is increasing, there is a growing concern about the control of public health and various disease disorders.

Researchers have urged governments to ensure proper infrastructure. Talks about playing field and walking and biking opportunities.

Sydney University researcher Melody Ding said, with the development of the lifestyle changes in lifestyle and the risk of lazy behavior increases. The government can do additional things to keep people active. In addition to improving the public transportation system, it is necessary to make walking and bicycling.

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