True Cost of Inactivity

True Cost Of Inactivity

INACTIVE LIFESTYLE

INACTIVE LIFESTYLE

ACTIVE LIFESTYLE

ACTIVE LIFESTYLE

Long Term Health Risks

Long Term

Cost Risk

Long Term Health Benefits

Long Term

Cost Benefit

Increased Risk For Developing A Chronic Disease: Chronic Diseases Account for 76% of total healthcare costs in the U.S.

+$330 in medical costs per year compared to active adults

Improves your chances of living longer and at a higher quality of living. Reduced risk of developing a chronic disease

Spend less in total annual medical costs by $330 annually

23% of all Deaths are associated with chronic diseases

+$1200 More to treat an obese adult for the same condition as healthy adult

Decrease Risk of Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke, Coronary Artery Disease

Spend less on procedures or conditions by $1200 annually

Increase Risk of Coronary Heart Disease, Stroke, Coronary Artery Disease

+$3074 in extra annual costs to treat your chronic disease

Decrease Risk of Cardio Pulmonary Disease

Increased productivity at work

Increase Risk of Cardio Pulmonary Disease

+$4672 in extra annual costs to treat two chronic diseases

Decreased Risk of Developing Diabetes

Less time off from sick days

Increased Risk of Developing Diabetes

More sick days per year versus active adults

Decrease Risk of Cancer

Aid the reduction of medical costs in the U.S.

Increase Risk of Cancer

$163 billion lost in the economy as a result of obese and sedentary adults

Decreased Risk of Bone Mineral Density Loss

Limit costs and associated with chronic disease

Increased Risk of Bone Mineral Density Loss

Cardiovascular Disease Costs the US $298.2 Billion/year

Increased Strength

Reduced cost toward prescription medications

Decreased Strength

Type 2 Diabetes costs the US $98 Billion/year

Increased Energy Levels

Limit chance and cost associated with acute injuries

Decreased Energy Levels

 

Increased Functional Mobility

Decreased Functional Mobility

Decreased Risk For Falls

Increased Risk For Falls

Decreased Risk of Injury and Broken Bones

Increased Risk of Injury and Broken Bones

Improved Mood

Improved Self Esteem

 

Increased Brain Function

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