Human laziness is determined by the peculiarities of the brain

Researchers in the field of neurobiology from Oxford University, in one recent study found a link between the laziness of a person and peculiarities of his brain.

In the experiment the volunteers were asked to undergo various tests which determine physical strength. Upon successful completion of the test persons received remuneration. During physical activity the brain was studied in the MRI machine.

It turned out that lazy people spend a lot of time on the decision whether they begin to do the job. As a result of physical forces remained less and the task in the "group apathy" people coped noticeably worse.

Scientists suggest that the findings in the very near future will help in the development of methods of treatment of chronic fatigue and chronic fatigue syndrome.

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