Relationship between young peoples' sedentary behaviour and biomedical health indicators: a systematic review of prospective studies

@article{Chinapaw2011RelationshipBY,
  title={Relationship between young peoples' sedentary behaviour and biomedical health indicators: a systematic review of prospective studies},
  author={Mai J M Chinapaw and Karin I Proper and Johannes Brug and Willem van Mechelen and A. S. Singh},
  journal={Obesity Reviews},
  year={2011},
  volume={12}
}
The aim of this systematic review was to describe the prospective relationship between childhood sedentary behaviour and health indicators. We identified prospective studies from searches in PubMed, EMBASE, PsycInfo and Cochrane, from January 1989 through April 2010. Two reviewers independently screened the titles and abstracts for eligibility, rated the methodological quality of the studies, and extracted data. 
[An evidence-update on the prospective relationship between childhood sedentary behaviour and biomedical health indicators: a systematic review and meta-analysis].
This systematic review and meta-analysis summarizes the evidence on the prospective relationship between childhood sedentary behaviour and biomedical health indicators, overall and stratified by type
An evidence‐update on the prospective relationship between childhood sedentary behaviour and biomedical health indicators: a systematic review and meta‐analysis
TLDR
This systematic review and meta‐analysis summarizes the evidence on the prospective relationship between childhood sedentary behaviour and biomedical health indicators, overall and stratified by type of sedentary activity (TV viewing, computer use/games, screen time and objective sedentary time).
Systematic review of sedentary behaviour and health indicators in school-aged children and youth: an update.
  • V. Carson, S. Hunter, +11 authors M. Tremblay
  • Medicine
    Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism = Physiologie appliquee, nutrition et metabolisme
  • 2016
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This systematic review is an update examining the relationships between objectively and subjectively measured sedentary behaviour and health indicators in children and youth aged 5-17 years and found higher durations/frequencies of screen time and television viewing were associated with unfavourable body composition.
An evidence‐update on the prospective relationship between childhood sedentary behaviour and biomedical health indicators: a systematic review and meta‐analysis
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The evidence for a prospective relationship between childhood sedentary behaviour and biomedical health is in general unconvincing and moderate-to-strong evidence is found for a relationship of overall sedentary time with some anthropometrics, one cardiometabolic biomarker (HDL-cholesterol) and some fitness indicators (fitness, being unfit).
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It is shown that sedentary behavior may be an important determinant of health, independently of physical activity, however, the relationship is complex because it depends on the type of sedentarybehavior and the age group studied.
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A positive association between sedentary behaviour and risk of anxiety may exist, and further high-quality longitudinal/interventional research is needed to confirm findings and determine the direction of these relationships.
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Strong consistent evidence was found for the relationship between both depressive symptomatology and psychological distress, and time spent using screens for leisure among adolescents, which is of particular significance given the global public health concern of lifestyle-attributed diseases.
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Associations between socioeconomic position and correlates of sedentary behaviour among youth: a systematic review
  • M. Gebremariam, T. Altenburg, +4 authors N. Lien
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Obesity reviews : an official journal of the International Association for the Study of Obesity
  • 2015
TLDR
No/indeterminate evidence for an association between socioeconomic position and rules and regulations about screen time is found, and possible factors that could be targeted in future intervention studies to decrease screen‐based sedentary behaviour in lower socioeconomic groups in particular are suggested.
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Current evidence, though limited, supports the notion that sedentary behaviour displaces light intensity activity, and findings of this review suggest inverse associations between SB and PA were weak to moderate.
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