Men who are obsessed with going to the gym to look perfect and perform their bodies are more likely to suffer from depression.
Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Harvard University concluded that nearly 10 percent of the men who participated in the study had obstacles to their appearance because they thought they were fat and considered fit.
Because of this disorder, they tend to be drunk on weekends and keep strict children and take steroids. This is the first time they have investigated the relationship between themselves and their muscles, not only because of their perception of appearance, but also because of the well-known distortion of distorted mirrors.
The study targeted males aged between 18 and 32 years. The researchers examined men's habits and looks based on muscle size. Based on 15 questions, we measure how much muscle is a person's desire. Respondents from 1 (always) to 6 (absolute) rated the statement "I want more muscle" or "I feel guilty if I miss one of the exercises."
Almost 10 percent of men have distorted mirror distortions. In other words, they see themselves as thick. Those who were caught in the gym used banned supplements and steroids four times more to build muscle. More than one of three people had a strict meal.
Because most women think they are obese, they give birth, but men choose a special diet because they think they are skinny. They do not want to be as skinny as they want to be muscular. The majority of Star Cristiano Ronaldo (Cristiano Ronaldo) is a role model for them.
The problem is when this shape becomes obsessive to men who work, study, and have a family. Practitioners should try to work more muscles than to be healthy. Women should have a solid vest, but men should have a wide shoulder.
As a result of healthy habits, parents do not have to worry about their weight and overall appearance later.