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Saturday, November 26, 2016

More young people contracting 'old-age' conditions including varicose veins due to sedentary lifestyles

Young people are being treated for conditions commonly seen in the elderly such as varicose veins, haemorrhoids, back pain and knee joint problems

People in their 20s and 30s are being treated for varicose veins,knee joint problems and other conditions usually associated with old age.

Bad postures and sedentary lifestyles have led to a rise in the number of younger people experiencing complaints such as back pain and haemorrhoids, according to analysis by Bupa.

Data from more than 60,000 medical procedures in 2015 was compiled by the private healthcare group.



Anonymous said...

Hang from both hands on a chinning bar for a full minute each day.Feet cannot be touching the ground.Feel free to swing back and forth if you wish.This exercise will prevent back problems & greatly improve your overall health.1 minute each day,preferably in the morning.

Anonymous said...

It's because they can't put their cell phones down and their game consoles and get a damn job.