The Average Wait Time of SQL instance "CONFIGMGRSEC" on computer " SEC_SITE_SERVER " is too high

I have a SCCM 2012 SP1 CU4 environment with SCOM monitoring installed.
I also do have 4 secondary sites installed below my primary. The secondaries are using SQL 2012 Express version default deployed using the secondary site installation.
My SCOM monitoring is generating tickets with the following message:
The Average Wait Time of SQL instance "CONFIGMGRSEC" on computer "<SEC_SITE_SERVER>" is too high
How can i solve this ? Or do I need to ignore this ?

Never ignore messages, but tune them.
In this specific case you might want to take a look at this:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/ffeefe0d-0ef7-49a3-862e-9be27989dc5d/scom2012-alert-sql-2008-db-average-wait-time-recompilationis-too-high?forum=operationsmanagergeneral
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