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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Laziness should be treated as a 'Disease'

People think laziness is a habit that some people have, but health experts think laziness is a disease because laziness is the root of every disease. People do not move their body, they keep eating and they get a lot of fat. This is obesity; obesity increases the risk of developing a very large number of diseases, including: diabetes, hypertension, Stroke, Heart attack, Heart failure, Cancer, cholecystitis, Gout and gouty arthritis, Osteoarthritis of the knees, hips, and the lower back. That’s why Laziness should be treated as a 'Disease'.

Laziness is a mental stage. People want to remove the laziness but their minds do not allow them to do any work. They want to get their work done by other people. Actually laziness starts in the mind and finishes in the body.

There are a lot of people in the world who are sick with obesity. They take medicine, go to gyms and do running, but after some time they get back their fat. The most important thing to remove the obesity is to remove their laziness. Try to do everything by yourself. Don't use lifts if you want to go to the 3rd or 4th floor, go on foot. If you want to go outside to buy something or for any other work, then walk for at least 1 km. They should not watch TV more; they should play outdoor games and do their work by themselves.

If you want to live a happy life you should keep fit. There should be balance in your life. Health is a true wealth. Care for your health.


Anonymous said...

Since the desire to keep fit and do regular exercise is hereditary, drugs can be developed to target genes behind laziness, say experts

Anonymous said...

Soon, pill to cure laziness.

riya said...

More than half a billion adults areclinically obese in a near-doubling of the numbers of dangerously overweight adults since 19s80, doctors warned on Friday. Nearly one in nine of all adults — are clinically obese, according to research by a team from Imperial College London, Harvard and the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Anup said...

Children of working moms gain weight

The more mothers work during their children's lifetimes, the more likely their kids are to be overweight or obese, according to a US study published on Friday. Researchers from American University in Washington, Cornell University in New York state and the University of Chicago studied data on more than 900 elementary- and middle-school-aged children in 10 US cities. They found that the total number of years the children's mothers worked had a cumulative influence on their children's body mass index (BMI) — the weight to height ratio used to measure if a person is overweight or obese.