Men who are obsessed with going to the gym to look perfect and have a body made are more likely to suffer from depression.
Researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Harvard University came to the conclusion that nearly 10 percent of men who participated in research have a disorder in their appearance because they believe that they are thick and want to be in good shape.
Because of this disorder, they get drunk on weekends, hold a stern child, and take steroids. The team said that it first examined the relationship between them and their muscles, as well as the increase in the number of men struggling with the perception of appearance or well-known distortion of a distorted mirror.
Men aged 18 to 32 participated in the study. Researchers examined men's habits and their appearance based on the muscle size. Based on 15 questions, he measures how much the individual's desire is muscular. On a scale of 1 (always) to 6 (never) rated respondents, such as "I would like to have more muscles" or "I feel guilty if I miss one of the trainings".
Nearly 10 percent of men have distorted mirrors, which means they consider themselves fat. Those who were obsessed with the gym were 4 times more likely to use prohibited supplements and steroids to build muscle. More than one in three men were in a strict diet.
While most women have a child because they think they are obese, men choose a special diet because they think they are lean. They do not want to be as skinny as they want to be muscular. Most celebrities Cristiano Ronaldo is a role model for them.
The problem is that this appearance becomes an obsession for men who have work, study and have families. Those who practice do not work to be healthier, but to be more muscular. While women should have tight vests, men should have wide shoulders.
It advises parents to nourish their children from an early age, because acquiring healthy habits will later be a minor problem with weight and general appearance.