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New Men's disease: Athletica nervosa

Propagated in men's magazines has created a new culture of masculinity disease: athletica nervosa, or unhealthy fascination with physical exercises. A new study shows that reading magazines, on the covers where beautiful women's body to save readers from politically, may lead to an unhealthy obsession their own bodies. Some readers flow into the concerns that his appearance, that are taken do more and more exercises, conducting hours at the Cross-country tracks, in the swimming pool or gym. Already known precedents when athletica nervosa sick young women, but the first time, British researchers linked this phenomenon with men. David Giles, a psychologist from the University of Winchester and one of the sponsors of the work, said: "We found that the more a man reads these magazines, the greater the likelihood that he is concerned about their appearance." The study Giles and his colleague Jessica Klouz surveyed and interviewed 161 men aged 18 to 36 years to find out how long and how many men's magazines they read. There have also been taken into account especially food, the usual set of exercises and relevant to their own physical appearance. "Men who are most read men's magazines, they cultivated over the standard of appearance - Giles said. - withdraw for these magazines incredibly attractive model, and view these pictures may force readers to begin to worry about their appearance." click here
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