Why women with sedentary lifestyle are at risk of cancer than men?

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  • Obesity risk
  • Hormonal Influence
  • Vitamin D deficiency
  • Biological Clock/Factor
  • Estrogen-dependent tumors
  • Metabolic and Inflammatory factor

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      Seema Waghmareswaghmare

      Is sitting the new smoking? Sedentary behavior has been linked to tumors dependent on the female hormone estrogen, such as endometrial, ovarian, and breast cancers. Additionally, uterine fibroids, which are also fueled by estrogen, show an association with sedentary behavior. Perimenopausal women who engaged in six or more hours of sedentary leisure activities a day had a fivefold higher risk of fibroids compared to those with less than 2 hours of sedentary time.
      The researchers suggest that one possible explanation for these associations may be the link between sedentary behavior and obesity, a known risk factor for uterine fibroids, as both sedentary behavior and obesity contribute to elevated estrogen levels in the body. Other potential explanations include the established connections between sedentary behavior and metabolic disorders, chronic inflammation, and vitamin D deficiency.

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      Dr.Dil Prasad SubbaDr.Dil Prasad Subba

      Hormone disbalance and deficiency of vitamin

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