Statistics have shown that every year the number of students and working adults experiencing some kind of back problems rises. Sadly, back problems are not the only negative result of the rising trend of inactivity in the lifestyle of a 21st century human. This has been an ongoing issue for a long time so the governments should really focus on solving the problem, before it’s too late.
One good attempt at it would be to subsidise gyms and make them open and available to a higher percentage of the population. Working out and staying physically fit in a well ventilated & equipped space should not be a luxury only available for the wealthy ones. That approach would for sure be a quite financially draining option – but when it comes to the benefits that it brings – is it really a too high price to pay?
When asked, a lot of people would definitely say that they are familiar with the benefits of exercising and living a healthy life. However, they probably haven’t been introduced to all of the negative aspects of being inactive. So educating them further and explaining why exercise improves the quality of life so significantly is really crucial.
There are many possible ways to attempt at solving this problem, and as with any other, the absolute perfect solution does not exist. It is all about taking action and maybe even investing a huge sum of money in hopes that the quality of life of an average person will be improved.