How to avoid laziness in men and women?
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist
BBC World News
I am surprise to see an article today titled as “Study : Human brains are wired to be lazy” appeared in ‘The Times of India dated 20-9-2018 stating “Feeling too lazy to hit the gym? Blame your brain, say scientists who found that it is naturally wired to prefer lying on the couch. Statistics show that despite our best intensions we are actually become less active.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia in Canada studied brain connections to understand this “exercise paradox’.
“The failure of public policies to counteract the pandemic of physical inactivity may be due to brain processes that have been developed and reinforced across evolution,”” said Mathieu Boisgontier, postdoctoral researcher UBC.
I would like to put it in a more perspective way how to avoid laziness in men and women? Most of the office goers they simply sit in front of the computer system by doing their usual work that lead to mental fatigue while monitoring the screen more than an hour. Naturally eyes starts drooping creating a sort of drowsiness especially after having lunch it takes bigger toll on the brain lessening the voltage power in the brain through body postures.
This sitting posture largely affects the brain that lowers the voltage power in the brain where more oxygenated blood is utilized by the spinal cord and lessens the oxygen blood for the eyes that takes a toll on the brain causing stress, strain, fatigue and eyestrain. By just sitting it increases the body mass index (BMI) especially the buttock region as well the stomach region. Over weight of these regions affect the endocrine system in abysmal state leaving the hands, legs stomach, buttock in a more plump shape. These over weights are the ones that cause laziness in men and women.
How to overcome this laziness in humans?
Body mass index should not exceed 72 to 77 kg weight for a person whose height 5ft 10 inches average age of 40-60 whereas I am just 70 I weigh only 68 Kgs. If the person is having lesser height- weight should also to be reduced concurrently according to one’s age. I was able to control my body weight even at 70 years by getting up at 6.30 am. I usually go walking nearly 3 kms as well as in the evening about one km. Every day I carry water by hand which is not less than 8 litres of water I walk 150 meters distant that too two times a day in watering the plants plus I do yoga exercise for half an hour three times a week. Apart from this I normally work on the computer continuously for three hours a day. That makes my upper arms and thigh muscles and calf muscles comparatively slim and strong. Further, this muscle strength also helps me horizontally to lift the body above the ground ten times during Yoga exercise just using the hands and two legs. In the course I produce more neurons in the brain that gradually makes my body moderately chill with my invented Medical Instrument through the Medium of light. Thus it makes my body slim and strong without taking any medicine even at this age of 70.
I had already published a paper titled as “How to keep up your body healthy at the workplace” dated 30-11-2017 can be assessed from this Website
Another paper titled as “Global Brain Drain on Doctors’ Health” dated 8-12-2014 can be assessed from the following website
And also read this paper titled as ‘Secrets of the brain unraveled” under this sub title called “Prolong sitting takes a toll on life is true!” dated 14-9-2017
Brain Research Work
Copy of this report posted to “World Federation of NeuroSurgical societies” on 20-9-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Dr Lawrence Krauss, Scientist from United States – California” on 20-9-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS)” on 20-9-2018
Copy of this report post posted to “Dr. Neil Degresse Tyson, Scientist from United States –New York” on 20-9-2018
Copy of this report posted to CERN Org. (LHC scientists in search for ‘fifth force of nature” on 20-9-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Dr. Michio Kaku, Scientist, from United States –California” on 20-9-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Imperial College Neuroscience Society” on 20-9-2018
Copy of this report posted to Kings College London Neuroscience” on 20-9-2018
Copy of this report posted to NASA Crew and Thermal system Division – Space.com on 20-9-2018
Copy of this report posted to "17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health:" on 2-10-2018
Copy of this report posted to “Donald Trump – The President of United States” on 20-9-2018