New Research Suggests Sedentary Lifestyle Can Impact Your Personality
A sedentary lifestyle is linked to a myriad of health issues such as heart disease, memory loss, obesity, poor blood circulation, weak bones, and a lot more.
For those who spend most of their days sitting down and not doing much activity, they might be planning to reap some unwanted effects from that choice somewhere down the line. Not only can it impact your health in a myriad of negative ways but new research also suggests that it could also impact your personality.
A recent study analyzed the sedentary lifestyle and personality changes of more than 9k volunteers and researchers note that they found some interesting correlations.
Based on the results, researchers insist that the findings support and demonstrate that personality can continue to change across the span of your life, more than some people might have thought. For those who engage in a more inactive lifestyle, researchers say that they will be more likely to become less open about engaging in new experiences, they might be willing to work less, or become less sociable.
For those who have spent many years living an inactive lifestyle, that doesn't mean that it is too late to try and do something about it.
This could include incorporating simple activities into your routine such as biking, walking, or dancing etc.