The bad addiction between Bhagat Road, the disorganized lifestyle, the burden of work and the mental stress is increasing people’s problems, because their physical energy goes away day after day. Experts explain this as a serious concern.
Rajat Trehan, founder of Clinical Nutrition, Dietician and Heel Your Body, said that people need to think about the bad habits which reduce their physical energy and they can adopt a healthy lifestyle. According to the latest report of the Global Adult Tobacco Survey, 28.6% of India’s 130 million population consumes tobacco. Surprising facts have been revealed in the report that 18.4 per cent of young people consume not only tobacco but other dangerous substances like cigarettes, bidi, khaini, beetles, opium and ganja. Experts say that lack of sleep reduces stress hormones. This reduces testosterone. There is less risk of heart disease and obesity being increased due to less sleep.
same worrisome statistics came out in WHO’s Global Status Report, which doubled the consumption of alcohol in the past year. According to this report in 2017, consumption of alcohol per person in the last 11 years has doubled in India. Where a person drank 3 liters of alcohol 11 years ago, the increase in consumption in the last 11 years has increased to 6 liters.
35 per cent of Indian food is fast food once a week.
Due to the use of drugs and other drugs, there is excessive use of energy in maintaining physical efficiency, which leads to accumulation of these substances as a toxic substance in the liver-lungs. Food habits have also changed rapidly. According to a report by Clint in 2018, 35% of Indians once had fast food accounts in less than a week.
According to a survey of 14% of schoolchildren obese, the Indian Journal of Public Health, 14% of schoolchildren are victims of obesity. Due to the lack of nutrients required in junk food, obesity increases, the risk of cholesterol increases at an early age, excessive energy and hormonal discharge are needed to digest junk food.