Studies using technology and working women upset

Studies using technology and working women upset
Passion for technology appeared to affect women more than men.

With advancing technology, the new way of life, has proven to increase the risk of obesity in women.

Institute of Public Health in the United States by Arnold 55 thousand women between the ages of 19-65, the survey of women in 45 years between 1965 and 2010 revealed that the changes in life habits. Epidemiologist Dr. According to a study conducted by a team led by Edward Archers, women in 45 years is no longer cooking, cleaning, household chores such as washing by more than 50 percent of the allocated less time, than watching TV, spent time at the computer. Institute research, especially for the future generations of this change will cause major health problems, including obesity were warned.


Between 1965-2010 the study, women were the amount of time and energy you spend doing household activities. Arnold Institute of Public Health Research, at the same time when women tend to use, home management and energy expenditure has the distinction of being the first to examine the research. The Public Library of Science we published the findings of the trial, the time spent doing household activities, has fallen more than 50 percent of all women are revealed. According to the women, an average of 26 hours of housework a week spent in 1965, this time to 13 hours in 2010 fell by 50 per cent. With the rapid decline in time spent on household chores, especially working women spend on household chores per week more than 500 calories of energy there was a decline in the second bin.


Dr. Archers, in his assessment of the results of the research, “Women doing housework than 50 years ago, spending less time. Consequently, while rates of physical activity, sedentary life style, such as computers and televisions was an increase in the time spent,” he said. According to the results, the decline in time spent on household chores is not just for women, health care for children and new born brings the risk of becoming obese. Stationary and non-working mothers, housewives and household behavior is the highest level of the observed decline in the highest paid attention. Archers, said:

“This is important because housewives and working mothers tend to have more children than the employees and sedentary behavior in children of women with high levels of physical inactivity or obesity, are more prone to diabetes and other non-communicable diseases is born.”

45 YEARS OF CHANGES IN WOMEN’S LIFE triggers obesity in

Household chores to spend about 33 hours a week in 1965, working women, 16.5 hours in 2010, this time down. 17 hours, 10.4 hours per week, this time working women declined.

Six thousand calories per week during non-working women spend housework in 1960, in 2010 the value of 3 thousand 486′ya down. In 1960, three thousand of the housework per week for working women spend 106 calories, calories expended in 2010 fell to 182 at two thousand. In 1965, the average time spent at the computer in the Women’s TV and 8.3 hours per week, while in 2010 was 16.5 hours.