Master Healer Pankaj Naram notes the surprising conclusion of the study.

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Dr. Pankaj Naram reviews recent health study

New research reported in the “International Journal of Epidemiology” disputes a recent link suggested between sitting and poor health. The new study seems to have debunked a common belief that sitting for long periods is less healthy than standing. As Master Healer Pankaj Naram points out, the new research is more specific and looks at a broader array of data than previous efforts.

Researchers in the U.K., where the new study was performed, emphasized that it is not standing or sitting that is the crucial factor, but the amount of overall body movement that takes place. People who are still, whether they are standing or sitting, are usually at a higher risk for certain ailments. People who tend to move a lot, whether in a chair or while they are standing, tend to be better off in terms of general health than people who don’t move very much. Master Healer Pankaj Naram says the study makes interesting points about the importance of healthy lifestyle habits.

Researchers who compiled the fresh data used a study population of more than 5,000 people and examined 16 years’ worth of medical evidence. Dr. Pankaj Naram agrees with the idea that physical activity, including moderate exercise, can make a big different in improving people’s overall health.

Dr. Pankaj Naram asks, “What if everyone learned the secrets of the ‘ancient healing system’ which can improve their body, mind, and emotions, helping them live to more than 100 years, and increasing their ability to complete their work and their mission in this life?” Holistic health and other forms of alternative medicine often emphasize the many powerful benefits of moderate exercise and movement. Dr. Pankaj Naram has been recognized by many universities and governments around the world for his work in the field of Siddha-Veda Ancient Secrets. He notes that studies like the U.K. study help show a vital link between mind and body.