Men who are obsessed with going to the gym to look perfect and have a body have more chances to suffer from depression.
Researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Harvard University concluded that about 10 percent of males participating in the study had a disorder with their appearance because they believed that their appearance was fat and that they wanted to keep fit.
They tend to get drunk, keep a tight child and buy steroids on weekends. The team, for the first time, said that there was an increase in the number of men struggling with their perception of appearance or a well-known distortion of the crooked mirror, as well as researching the connection between them and their muscles.
The study looked at men aged 18-32. The researchers examined men's habits and their appearance on the basis of the Muscle Scale. Based on 15 questions, he measures how muscular the individual's will is. I've given statements like “more November suçlu or öl I feel guilty if I miss my education hissediy according to a scale between 1 (always) and 6 (none).
Approximately 10 percent of men have skewed distorted mirrors, which means they see themselves as thick as they are. Those who are obsessed with the gym said they were 4 times more likely to use steroids and banned supplements for muscle building. More than three people were on a strict diet.
Most women have a child because they think they are obese, men prefer a special diet because they think they are skinny. They don't want to be as skinny as they want to be muscular. Many of Cristiano Ronaldo's stars are a role model to resemble them.
The problem is that this look becomes an obsession for men with work, education and families. It doesn't work to be more muscular, but to be more healthy. Women should have tight vests, while men should have broad shoulders.
It is recommended that parents spend their youngest days feeding young children, as healthy habits will later lose weight and overall difficulty with gaining.