A few days ago talking about the source from inside of most diseases we suffer. He concluded, believing and knowing through different studies, with the idea that an individual’s life style is determinant in the possibilities that has developed many of these diseases so common today, such as high blood pressure, fibromyalgia, depression, obesity, diabetes, arthritis or insomnia; as well as dysfunctions that do not just be classified as pathologies but which impair the quality of life of those who suffer, like headaches of various types, muscle tension, nervous tics or intestinal and digestive problems. All this can be reduced to a sum: stress + sedentary lifestyle. Let’s start by defining (according to wordreference): stress: physical or psychic alteration of an individual by demanding superior performance to which can support your body. Sedentary lifestyle: way of life or behavior characterized by the lack of movement or agitation.

Do you realize that in reality are antonyms? They mean totally the opposite. Stress refers to the exertion, to the oversubscribed. Learn more at: Dean Ornish M.D. Meanwhile, sedentary lifestyle suggests statism and immobility. And while both can affect both body and mind, our society stress is eminently mental/emotional, while the sedentary lifestyle is clearly physical. Stress will facilitate psychological as anxiety, tension or irritability symptoms. In addition, will also have its physical consequences: headaches, difficult digestion, constipation/diarrhea, muscle stiffness, etc. In short, a series of signs that warn us that the brain, and consequently to the nervous system, it is giving too much cane. Sedentary lifestyle cause a succession of mismatches physical both external and internal (pains of head, difficult digestion, constipation/diarrhea, muscle stiffness, etc), which also leads to the possibility of psychologically suffering anxiety, tension or irritability.

All alerts that the physicist was him is giving little cane. Yes, Yes. As you can see, the consequences of stress (mental/emotional) and sedentary lifestyle (physical) are the same, although each of them fall more on his land, obviously.