People who spend more than a year at home are more likely to develop health problems, according to a new study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
A team of researchers at the University of Exeter, University of Manchester and University of Warwick studied more than 5,000 fans over a four-year period.
They found that people who spent less than two years at home were more likely than others to develop respiratory problems, heart attacks, strokes and other health problems.
This is because they spend less time outdoors, and spend more time indoors, the researchers said.
The findings also show that people are less likely to benefit from outdoor activities when they are at home, the team wrote.
Fanning a fan in the backyard and sitting at a table for hours a day will cause you to lose a lot of weight, and this can lead to a reduction in your lung capacity, the study authors said.
So if you have a problem, go to the doctor and get a diagnosis, said lead author David A. Crouch, an environmental health scientist at the university’s School of Environment, Food and Natural Resources.
The authors suggest that if you are concerned about your health, get regular physical activity, and keep a diary of what you do and how you feel.
And if you feel like you are getting sick, go outside and take a walk or exercise, he said.
You can also buy a fan, a heating pad, a fan brush, a pillow, a mask and a hand sanitizer to get rid of germs in your home, Crouch said.