!Koliko je rekreacije potrebno za dug život?

Osim što su izmerili brzinu svetlosti, Plankovu konstantu, udaljenost između planeta Sunčevog sistema, dužinu trepavica fetusa starog 28 nedelja i mnoge druge, manje ili više fascinantne stvari, naučnici su precizno izmerili i koliko bi jedna osoba trebalo da se rekreira kako bi ostala zdrava i bila dugovečna.

Originalni link – https://www.danas.rs/zivot/koliko-je-rekreacije-potrebno-za-dug-zivot/

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Upravo je jedan januarski broj magazina “New Scientist” posvećen toj temi, a naučnici koji se bave ovom oblašću otkrili su svoje zaključke: odrasla osoba nedeljno treba da provede najmanje 150 minuta lagano vežbajući, ili 75 minuta “živahno”. To je dovoljno da produžite život, ostanete “fit” i održavate mišiće u dobroj formi. Naravno, to je minimum koji preporučuje Svetska zdravstvena organizacija, ali uz napomenu da mnogo više zdravstvene koristi imaju oni koji provedu duplo duže vremena nedeljno vežbajući.

U ove lagane vežbe spada, osim konvencionalne rekreacije, na primer rad u bašti, pešačenje, kao i poslovi po kući poput usisavanja i ribanja poda. Studija sprovedena u 2017. godini u 17 država u kojoj je učestvovalo više od 130.000 ljudi pokazala je da je pešačenje do posla kao i obavljanje ovakvih kućnih poslova tokom 150 minuta nedeljno sasvim dovoljno da smanji rizik od prerane smrti za 28 odsto.

Takođe je uočeno da jednaku korist imaju oni koji su tokom nedelje pasivni, ali za vikend nadoknade svoju dozu aktivnosti. Čak i oni koji su samo vikendom bili aktivni i to kraće od famoznih 150 minuta, bili su daleko boljeg zdravstvenog stanja nego oni koji uopšte nisu vežbali.

A šta je previše vežbe? Toga, po ovim naučnicima, izgleda nema. Ključ je u tome da ne preterujete svaki put. Problem je što previše vežbe uzrokuje česte povrede. Idealna mera je vežbanje tri do pet puta nedeljno, i to kroz raznovrsne aktivnosti.

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Jordan Peterson’s “12 rules for life: an antidote to chaos” – excrept no. 7

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12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jordan B. Peterson)

– Your Highlight at location 6098-6106 | Added on Thursday, 15 February 2018 02:36:11

My wife and I learned that if you ask yourself such a question, and you genuinely desire the answer (no matter how disgraceful and terrible and shameful), then a memory of something you did that was stupid and wrong at some point in the generally not-distant-enough past will arise from the depths of your mind. Then you can go back to your partner and reveal why you’re an idiot, and apologize (sincerely) and that person can do the same for you, and then apologize (sincerely), and then you two idiots will be able to talk again. Perhaps that is true prayer: the question, “What have I done wrong, and what can I do now to set things at least a little bit more right?” But your heart must be open to the terrible truth. You must be receptive to that which you do not want to hear. When you decide to learn about your faults, so that they can be rectified, you open a line of communication with the source of all revelatory thought. Maybe that’s the same thing as consulting your conscience. Maybe that’s the same thing, in some manner, as a discussion with God.

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12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jordan B. Peterson)

– Your Highlight at location 6114-6115 | Added on Thursday, 15 February 2018 02:37:27

So, I asked the appropriate question—and, almost immediately, an answer revealed itself: Write down the words you want inscribed on your soul. I wrote that down.

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12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jordan B. Peterson)

– Your Highlight at location 6117-6120 | Added on Friday, 16 February 2018 03:16:02

Here was the first: What shall I do tomorrow? The answer came: The most good possible in the shortest period of time. That was satisfying, as well—conjoining an ambitious aim with the demands of maximal efficiency. A worthy challenge. The second question was in the same vein: What shall I do next year? Try to ensure that the good I do then will be exceeded only by the good I do the year after that. Continue reading

Jordan Peterson’s “12 rules for life: an antidote to chaos” – excrept no. 6

 

12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jordan B. Peterson)

– Your Highlight at location 5630-5632 | Added on Thursday, 15 February 2018 01:42:20

For a woman to become complete, such stories claim, she must form a relationship with masculine consciousness and stand up to the terrible world (which sometimes manifests itself, primarily, in the form of her too-present mother). An actual man can help her do that, to some degree, but it is better for everyone concerned when no one is too dependent.

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12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jordan B. Peterson)

– Your Highlight at location 5726-5731 | Added on Thursday, 15 February 2018 01:54:37

If they’re healthy, women don’t want boys. They want men. They want someone to contend with; someone to grapple with. If they’re tough, they want someone tougher. If they’re smart, they want someone smarter. They desire someone who brings to the table something they can’t already provide. This often makes it hard for tough, smart, attractive women to find mates: there just aren’t that many men around who can outclass them enough to be considered desirable (who are higher, as one research publication put it, in “income, education, self-confidence, intelligence, dominance and social position”). Continue reading

Jordan Peterson’s “12 rules for life: an antidote to chaos” – excrept no. 5

 

12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jordan B. Peterson)

– Your Highlight at location 4897-4902 | Added on Tuesday, 13 February 2018 02:49:20

If you shirk the responsibility of confronting the unexpected, even when it appears in manageable doses, reality itself will become unsustainably disorganized and chaotic. Then it will grow bigger and swallow all order, all sense, and all predictability. Ignored reality transforms itself (reverts back) into the great Goddess of Chaos, the great reptilian Monster of the Unknown—the great predatory beast against which mankind has struggled since the dawn of time. If the gap between pretence and reality goes unmentioned, it will widen, you will fall into it, and the consequences will not be good. Ignored reality manifests itself in an abyss of confusion and suffering. Be careful with what you tell yourself and others about what you have done, what you are doing, and where you are going. Search for the correct words. Continue reading

Jordan Peterson’s “12 rules for life: an antidote to chaos” – excrept no. 4

12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jordan B. Peterson)

– Your Highlight at location 3853-3857 | Added on Monday, 12 February 2018 16:07:29

The prideful, rational mind, comfortable with its certainty, enamoured of its own brilliance, is easily tempted to ignore error, and to sweep dirt under the rug. Literary, existential philosophers, beginning with Søren Kierkegaard, conceived of this mode of Being as “inauthentic.” An inauthentic person continues to perceive and act in ways his own experience has demonstrated false. He does not speak with his own voice. “Did what I want happen? No. Then my aim or my methods were wrong. I still have something to learn.” That is the voice of authenticity.

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Jordan Peterson’s “12 rules for life: an antidote to chaos” – excrept no. 3

 

12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos (Jordan B. Peterson)

– Your Highlight at location 3026-3031 | Added on Sunday, 11 February 2018 03:23:35

The future: that’s where you go to die (hopefully, not too soon). Your demise might be staved off through work; through the sacrifice of the now to gain benefit later. It is for this reason—among others, no doubt—that the concept of sacrifice is introduced in the Biblical chapter immediately following the drama of the Fall. There is little difference between sacrifice and work. They are also both uniquely human. Sometimes, animals act as if they are working, but they are really only following the dictates of their nature. Beavers build dams. They do so because they are beavers, and beavers build dams. They don’t think, “Yeah, but I’d rather be on a beach in Mexico with my girlfriend,” while they’re doing… Continue reading