Men who are obsessed with leaving the gym to look perfect and have a body run have more chances to suffer from depression.
Researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Harvard University have come to the conclusion that nearly 10 percent of men who have participated in the research have a disorder of their appearance because they believe they are fatty and want to be in shape.
Because of this disorder, they tend to be overweight on weekends, are strictly dependent on children and are taking steroids. The team said it was the first time to investigate the association between them and their muscles, as well as increasing the number of men who are struggling with perception of appearance or known perversion of a distorted mirror.
The study was looked at by men aged 18 to 32. The researchers investigated men's habits and their appearance on the basis of muscle scale. Based on 15 questions, it measures how much the individual's desire is muscular. On a scale of 1 (always) to 6 (never) respondents, statements like "I Want To Have More Muscle" or "Feel Guilty I Miss one of the Exercises" are rated.
Almost 10 percent of men have distorted distorted mirrors, which means they consider themselves as thick as they are. Those who were obsessed with gymnastics were 4 times more likely to use prohibited supplements and muscle building steroids. More than one in three men was in strict nutrition.
While most women hold a baby because they think they are overweight, men opt for a special diet because they think they are skinny. They do not want to be as thin as they want to be muscular. Most of the stars Cristiano Ronaldo are the pattern for them to look like.
The problem is when this look becomes obsessed with men who have work, study, and family. Those practicing do not work to be healthier, but to be more muscular. While women should have narrow vests, men should have wide shoulders.
It advises parents to take care of their children's nutrition from their youngest days, as gaining healthy habits will later be less difficult with weight and overall appearance.