Recent research has shown that an increase in screen time increases the risk of stroke.
The study also found that an hour’s increase in digital screen time would reduce life expectancy by 22 minutes.
In addition, the person suffers from a stroke, various heart diseases, and cancer.
A 2021 study published in the Stroke Journal of the American Stroke Association found that adults under the age of 60 who have a longer screen time or a sedentary lifestyle are more likely to be physically active than those who are not. Therefore, I think they are more likely to have a stroke.
Another study in the UK found that spending 2 hours in a row on a digital screen (laptop, TV, cell phone, etc.) significantly increased the risk of stroke.
With more than two hours of screen time and intoxication, the risk of stroke increases by 20%, as well as a sedentary lifestyle increases the chances of stroke.
The blue light emitted from the screen reduces the production of the hormone melatonin, which makes it difficult to fall asleep and wake up on time.
However, a person with diabetes is twice as likely to have a stroke, as lousy blood vessels cause ischemic stroke, caused by blood clots blocking or constricting the arteries to the brain.
Taking regular breaks from work, exercising regularly, adopting a more active lifestyle, and reducing your screen time can help significantly reduce your risk of stroke.
It can also be helpful for morning walks or evening walks, or yoga can be beneficial for better health.