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Impotence in the heat speaks of a dangerous disease – even rest will not save you from it.

Date: June 19, 2024 Time: 20:28:03

Regular physical exercise can help in the fight against “thermal laziness”

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August 20 is World Sloth Day. And specialists from the Moscow Department of Health spoke about what is behind laziness at the urban forum on Gostiny Dvor.

According to Andrey Tyazhelnikov, chief independent specialist in primary health care at the Moscow Health Department, laziness is a protective function of the psyche, allowing it to save energy. And it is important to understand the cause of laziness, because there are many factors for it. For example:

* Change the length of daylight hours (this is in autumn), when there is less energy.

* Pollen allergy (spring) causes tiredness, apathy, which make you lazy.

* There is also “thermal laziness” – it covers in summer. The body slows down so as not to spend a lot of energy in the heat. “To overcome it, you need to drink a lot of water and avoid high temperatures,” Tyazhelnikov explained. Regular exercise can also help in the fight against “thermal laziness”: even simple exercises or walking in the evenings improve blood circulation and maintain energy levels. And most importantly: get enough sleep!

But there are also more serious things. For example, learned helplessness, when fears and complexes are tormented, and the desire to act is suppressed by an unconscious fear of failure. Or “impostor syndrome”, when a person is afraid of well-deserved success. Georgy Kostyuk, chief physician of the Alekseev psychiatric hospital, spoke about such symptoms of laziness. And he added that reluctance to act can also be a symptom of depression or various neurotic disorders.

“If the reason is precisely in fatigue, a decrease in vital energy, then rest, a change of activity, new experiences can help. But if laziness is the result of a lack of motivation, interest or psychological problems, rest is unlikely to help,” explains Georgy Kostyuk.

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