Introduction: The accelerated pace of life makes everyone's pace rush, so that people in the city have different pressures on their backs. Most of these pressures come from work. At the same time, the nature of some jobs can not only put psychological pressure on people, but also damage their bodies. What are the jobs that are on the "blacklist"?
1. Frontline workers with poor waist and poor libido are prone to injury due to excessive physical exertion and physical exertion
Many patients come to the orthopedic clinic and directly tell the doctor that their waist is not good, their libido is also reduced, and some even have functional impairments, "the expert said.
Experts explain: "In fact, everyone's waist will gradually deteriorate after reaching a certain age. The pathological basis of lumbar disc herniation is degeneration and injury, which is related to the strength of physical fitness, the degree of strain, and whether to pay attention to maintenance." Normally, if men pay attention to waist care, this disease is more common in the elderly. Nowadays, many professional men lack moderate exercise Or long-term exposure to high-intensity physical exercise can cause damage to the pelvis.
In addition, for many men who sit and work for a long time, their waist muscles can also be considered "frontline laborers". These people's waist muscle tissue is not strong enough, so the normal "task" of supporting the entire upper body is actually very difficult for the waist.
Doctor's advice: Men, especially those who are manual workers, may develop lumbar disc herniation if they experience lower back pain or leg pain when bending down to pick up objects or without obvious causes. They should go to the hospital for examination and diagnosis immediately. In addition, it is necessary to exercise more and in moderation, but not too much intensity. As long as you increase the amount of aerobic exercise and supplement calcium, you can recover in the short term. It is recommended to do situps once a day for about 10-15 minutes each time, with slow movements and no discomfort as the standard.
2. Increased male infertility among computer professionals: prolonged sitting and radiation reduce fertility
Nowadays, there is a significant increase in male infertility patients who sit in the office for a long time and face the computer for a long time every day.
Experts explain that most men who spend a lot of time in the city sitting in the office have developed this "occupational problem": getting up early to work, sitting directly in front of a computer for 8 hours, and then sitting in front of a computer or TV for a few hours after returning home; I don't remember to drink water during work, and I don't have time to go to the bathroom even if I have urine; I often stay up late and spend most of the day dealing with computers. This lifestyle often puts men in a state of prolonged sitting, holding urine, exposure to radiation, and increases the temperature of the perineum and scrotum, which can lead to prostatitis and testicular spermatogenesis disorders.
Doctor's advice: Experts suggest that men with the above unhealthy work and lifestyle habits should pay attention to self-protection in their daily lives to prevent infertility. They should not drink too much, eat less spicy food, avoid prolonged cycling and sitting, have regular sexual activity, pay attention to local health care, drink more water, hold less urine, and try to avoid long-term exposure to ionizing radiation. It is best to start sowing the seeds of love at an appropriate reproductive age.
3. White collar men: reduced libido due to closed working environment
Mr. Cheng, who works for a certain magazine, works in a beautiful office building. He goes to work on time at 9am and leaves work at 5pm every day. Originally in good health, he found himself feeling dizzy and headache every day as soon as he entered the office. The more he finished work in the afternoon, the more severe he became. When he returned home, he was fine.
Experts have analyzed that uncomfortable working environments and lack of humanized management can also directly lead to sub health conditions in the human body: common symptoms such as inexplicable desire to get angry, feeling uncomfortable all over, lack of energy, tinnitus, sore eyes, slow thinking, decreased libido, etc. can also be considered as the mainstream of occupational diseases in cities today.
Experts have pointed out that many urban office buildings currently have varying degrees of pollution that poses a threat to public health: air quality is greatly compromised, as well as significant issues with temperature and humidity control, lighting, ventilation, and cleanliness. Many seemingly spacious and bright sealed office buildings have almost never achieved good air circulation throughout the year, which is detrimental to the human body.
Doctor's advice: Doctors suggest that men in this type of workplace participate in more outdoor activities and use their lunch breaks, tea breaks, and other time to take a walk outside the office and take a breath.
4. The "night cat" tribe is prone to endocrine disorders: cold hands and feet, neurasthenia
Many men belong to the "night cat" tribe, and the quiet night is a great time for them to work and play, or to fight in front of the computer until the early morning, wandering the internet, or going to bars, singing karaoke, dancing... Their typical representatives are advertisers, IT professionals, night shift drivers, 24-hour convenience store employees, and so on.
Experts point out that the common health threats faced by such men may be as follows: those who stay up late for a long time, their bodies are overloaded with work, prone to functional disorders, endocrine disorders, neurasthenia, memory loss, dizziness, lack of concentration, slow reaction, forgetfulness, dizziness, headaches, and other problems. In addition, people who often stay up late have irregular lifestyles and are prone to gastrointestinal problems, often accompanied by symptoms such as weak waist and knees, cold hands and feet, and insomnia.
Doctor's advice: Establish a regular schedule and adjust your biological clock. If you have to stay up late due to work, you should rest for a period of time and pay attention to nutrition supplementation. In addition, night shift workers should have sufficient rest during the day and not arrange other work. Eat more foods rich in vitamin C or collagen during dinner, such as fruits and meat skins. Eat less spicy food, drink less alcohol and drink more fresh juice or soybean milk.
5. Entertaining men - hyperlipidemia and hyperuricemia: drinking too much "hurts" the internal organs
According to a health examination conducted by 100000 men in Beijing, the incidence of fatty liver disease accounted for 22.28% of the population. Further investigation revealed that the majority of them were men who frequently went out for socializing due to work needs.
Men of this social group drink and drink day and night, even though they know that "drinking can harm their health", they die due to affection until they have drunk. They would rather apologize to their own body than to customers and friends.
Male representatives of social media, such as company sales, public relations, managers, etc. This type of professional male is usually under high pressure, and is prone to gastrointestinal diseases such as overwork, fatigue, anxiety, nervousness, poor sleep, and lack of exercise. If the "dinner party" continues, the unbalanced diet, irregular life and low immune function will lead to hyperlipidemia, hyperuricemia, obesity, hypertension, cardiovascular and other diseases.
Doctor's advice: Men are prone to fatty liver disease due to high fat, high protein diet, excessive alcohol consumption, irregular diet and sleep patterns. If not controlled and adjusted in a timely manner, it can cause serious liver damage.