Easy to die due to lunch at the desk

Nearly 75% of employees of companies, aged 21-30, working 10 hours a day, do not stand up to relax, will double the risk of blood clots.

Every day, 10 people die from blood disease. The reason is that many of these people often have lunch at their desks.

Ms. Annya Stephens-Boal of the Lifeblood Blood Donation Foundation said: 'We all suffer from this problem: working many hours and eating a sandwich at the desk'.

The number of blood-borne patients under 40 is growing rapidly, with 94 deaths in 2010 in the UK, up 40% from 67 in 2007.

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Lunch at the desk: potentially dangerous.

According to data from the National Bureau of Statistics, in 2010, 3,798 people died of blood disease (blood clots in the veins moving to the lungs were the cause of death).

Mrs. Stephen-Boal is afraid that there are still many cases that are not detected.'We estimate there are about 60,000 blood-borne patients in the UK. The most frightening thing is that 80% of these have absolutely no signs of illness, no swelling, no redness, no. We call this disease a silent killer '.

Scientists believe that the most effective way to avoid blood disease is to regularly move, lose weight, quit smoking and eat foods low in salt and low in fat.