Lethargy and laziness
The feeling of lethargy and laziness often affects individuals after making a high effort or perhaps the lack of some nutrients, so the person feels unwilling to do any of the things and work, but rather a feeling of desire, sleep and rest, and it is a natural reaction of the body to the warning of its need for rest or the beginning of some problems in it When moving or performing any of the functions, the body needs energy to move the muscles and the rest of the body. The person suffering from lethargy and laziness may suffer from constipation, indigestion, loss of appetite or vice versa, increased appetite, difficulty entering sleep and insomnia , and because laziness has become a global phenomenon and widespread among a large number of individuals and has caused many health problems and complications of laziness and lethargy that may lead to death, and it is now considered One of the main risk factors for death globally, and according to the latest studies, laziness kills as many Britons as smoking .
Researchers at the University of Sydney in Australia have found that physical inactivity costs world economies $ 67.5 billion annually in health care and productivity losses from direct and indirect costs, such as lost productivity as a result of premature deaths, and it is estimated that a sedentary lifestyle leads to more than 5 deaths. Millions of people a year - a number that almost approaches smoking which is now attributed to 6 million deaths annually, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). 
Causes of feeling lethargic and lazy
There are many causes of lethargy and laziness, some of which are organic, and others are psychological: 
- The need for rest and relaxation.
- Pregnancy, childbirth and associated fatigue.
- Having diabetes.
- Influenza and pneumonia.
- Heart disease.
- Eat unhealthy food, as ready meals full of fat cause you to feel tired and lethargic.
- Dehydration and lack of fluid in the body, water constitutes a large proportion of the components of the cell, and thus when the fluid is lacking in the cell, the ability to perform functions and tasks becomes.
- Avoid exposure to fresh air and sunlight, as it causes lethargy, laziness and fatigue.
- Thyroid disorders, as the thyroid gland controls the metabolism processes in the body that convert food into energy that the body uses for movement and activity.
- Sitting for long periods, whether on television or the computer , sitting on the psyche for long periods leads to a depletion of energy.
- Lack of sleep or interrupted sleep and staying up for long periods of time.
- Deficiency of certain elements such as vitamin B12, calcium and zinc.
- Decreased blood sugar concentration.
- Tension, psychological anxiety and severe stress on the body.
- Standing in the wrong way causes a lot of energy to be consumed, and then the body begins to feel sluggish and lethargic.
- Exposure to environmental and air pollutants.
- Exercising excessively, which leads to energy consumption in the body and muscle fatigue.
- Depression, which is the main cause of laziness, lethargy, and the inability to move.
The effects of laziness on the health of a person and his body
Among the effects of laziness on a person’s health and body are the following: 
- There is no burning of calories: When we are lazy, our body does not burn enough calories, which can lead to weight gain and many health problems in the future, so it is recommended to do exercises at a rate of five days a week and this helps you to stay active in completing other tasks Effectively.
- Laziness and lethargy lead to depression: Laziness can lead to depression and also increase levels of stress and anxiety. When you are inactive, you worry, get stressed, depressed, and your self-esteem decreases. In many cases, depression itself can lead to laziness as well, so it is important to stay active.By staying active, your body releases chemicals that make you feel good like endorphins, which help you feel better and significantly lead to improvement. Health .
Methods of treating lethargy and laziness
Among the methods of treating lethargy and laziness are the following: 
- Eat a healthy diet rich in nutrients that the body needs for renewal and activity.
- Drink adequate amounts of water, including at least eight cups a day.
- Drink natural juices continuously throughout the day.
- Get rid of anxiety, depression and tension.
- Avoid sitting for long periods of time with the same body, and exposure to fresh air and sunlight.
- Take nutritional supplements that replace some elements such as vitamin B12, zinc and calcium in the body.
- Doing moderate exercise and not excessive.
- Reducing the consumption of stimulants such as: tea, coffee and soft drinks that cause diuresis and facilitate the elimination of body fluids.
- ↑ Ellen Stewart ( October 25 ), "Laziness kills as many Brits as smoking /" , metro.co.uk , Retrieved June 16 , 2018 . Edited.
- ↑ Dyanne Weiss ( 29 July 2018 ), "Laziness and Inactivity Costing Billions and Killing More" , iguardianlv.com, Retrieved 16-06-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Fatigue" , www.mayoclinic.org , 11-1-2018, Retrieved 13-3-2018. Edited.
- ↑ "Effects Of Laziness On The Human Body | TOP 3" , endbellyfat.com , 30-2016 , Retrieved 16-06-2018. Edited.
- ↑ Chantalle Blikman, "5 Ways to Get Energized and Motivated When You Feel Lazy" , tinybuddha.com , Retrieved 16-06-2018. Edited.