eThrombosis

Deep vein thrombosis related to prolonged sitting at a computer
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The thrombosis associated with sitting for extended periods of time causing limb immobilisation is called "eThrombosis" (Beasley et al., 2003).
However, it has been shown that eThrombosis may be reduced if individuals take frequent breaks to do mobilisation, leg and foot exercises away from their desk, during a full day of sitting at work (Beasley et al, 2003).
eThrombosis: Coined by medical researchers who believe that sitting too long in front of a computer can cause deep-vein thrombosis.