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78 after the property and casualtyinsurer run by investment guru Prem Watsa said on Thursday itsfourth-quarter loss widened by 56 percent to C$771. at 12,Its been reported that the in pandemic proportions. a physiologist at the writing in expands on concerns about the lack of physical activity and says that inactivity or a lack of exercise should be treated as if it were a medical conditionJoyner says that the idea of inactivitys impact on our health has been emerging in the medical community for at least the last 10 years"Were looking at the exercise inactivity/activity all wrong" he says "Weve defined the normal state as the physically inactive state when in fact the normal state is the active state and so many of our and have their root cause in physical inactivity"Joyner also says that innovative treatments for many of these health problems center on increasing peoples physical activityHe suggests that inactivity be "medicalized" similar to what has been done to treat other health issues such as addiction and smoking That way Joyner says new treatments can be developed including those that focus on behavioral modifications and physical activityTaking it further Joyner suggests that nations take measures to help promote physical activitySo why has a lack of physical activity become such a problem Joyner says there are what he describes as "death spirals" occurring simultaneously that encourages us to be less physically active and eat too muchFor example he points out that instead of getting their many parents today simply allow them to sit around the house to watch TV or play video games And rather than encourage them to walk or ride their bicycles to school some parents just drive their kids to and from their schools doorstepAdults too have been sucked into the according to Joyner He says that more people today are working in urban environments where it might be difficult to be physically active all day long"In places like the United States and other developed countries were sort of prisoners to our cars and so forth" Joyner saidJoyner says that less activity along with all of the rich calorie-laden food thats quickly available and ready to eat can combine into a real problemThat problem he says includes like diabetes hypertension obesity heart disease stroke and depression which have been affecting the developed world and are increasingly affecting countries that are in economic transitionAccording to Joyner the diseases are all linked to On the other hand he says people who maintain an active lifestyle are relatively protected from the conditions Joyner also points out that those who already have the diseases can get better when they become more physically activeJoyner warns that if nothing is done to address inactivity people are going to continue to get sick their kidneys and blood vessels will fail and they will need plenty of costly medical treatmentsJoyner says that if physical inactivity were treated as a medical condition doctors and other providers can be better educated about the benefits of physical activity and become much more aware of the value of prescribing exercise instead of drugsThat he says could also encourage the development of more formal that include innovative If after reading this you recognize that you arent as physically inactive as you should be Joyner says a number of studies have shown that 150 minutes a week of "moderately vigorous physical activity" offers a level of protection from potentially deadly diseases and conditions"The easiest way to do that" Joyner says "is to go out on five 30-minute walks a week and push it a little bit" But he warns not to push too hard "just a good brisk walk" If you find it difficult to do 30 minutes at a time Dr Joyner suggests that you can break up the walking sessions into three 10-minute segments and only do what you can handleFor those people who have been inactive for a long period of time gained some weight or have developed medical problems getting physically active can be an even more difficult challengeIf you have high blood pressure high cholesterol are a smoker or are over 45 years of age Joyner says that you might want to see your physician before starting a physical activity or exercise programBut dont be discouraged Joyner adds that in general data shows that a majority of people can go out and walk to their level of discomfort without a lot of risk meaning that most can begin a walking program relatively easyDr Michael Joyner is with us for this weeks radio edition of Science World and he talks about the dangers of being physically inactive and most importantly what we can do to help ourselves get and stay active and healthyListen to the interview belowAudio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip Download the latest version You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser3 million people across the world thats one in every 10 deaths. 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