October 25, 2011

The age of man can longer with himself busy

Has long been known that men feel secure when doing things alone, just keep busy, or just want to feel peace and quiet from the noise of the family. But now it seems to have shed a more important role, which can help men live longer. Do things that seem to have no purpose seems menfaat health, as the odd jobs that can reduce stress, lower blood pressure, and improve self-esteem. 

Alan White, professor of health from Leeds Metropolitan University, believes that the effect could extend human life span. According to research published in the British Medical Journal, men who relaxed and do things independently good for health. 

"There's a sense of achievement gained from the men began to do his job and see it through to completion. It's good to increase self-esteem," says Prof. White as reported DailyMail. 

Health experts strongly believe the trend will benefit the community of men calling themselves the "men's shed" or men of this warehouse. This community originally came from Australia and more popping up in the UK where members can meet and continue the activities that focus the activities of "Do It Yourself", the act of doing things such as self-contained; correcting his own lawn mower, gardening, or just busy themselves. 

In Britain, there have been 20 community  "Men's Shed", most members are retired from across the country. Professor White believes that men feel comfortable in the barn are more likely to pay attention to their health at home.



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