New Delhi10 minutes agoWriter: Nisha Sinha
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If the figure of women staggers by an inch or two, then they are tainted with ugliness. Actresses Aishwarya Rai and Sameera Reddy also had to listen to the trolls’ taunts due to their pregnancy-filled bodies. At the same time, Vidya Balan also admitted that her increasing weight has become a national issue.
After the birth of daughter Aaradhya, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan also got trolled due to the increased weight.
Last month, Anushka Sharma also said in an interview that there is pressure on women to look beautiful at all ages. Anushka was also worried about the effect the baby birth would have on her body. Psychologists tell that negative body image has a bad effect on physical and mental health.
During Sameera Reddy’s pregnancy, she gave a retort to the trollers.
Women do not like obesity
In a survey conducted on 3300 girls, it was found that 90% of women are dissatisfied with the appearance of some part of their body. The reason for dissatisfaction for most of these women aged 15 to 65 years was body weight.
Due to the increased weight of Vidya Balan, she was also taunted a lot.
Who is behind the idea of perfect body
According to a report published in Brown University, the idea of the perfect body has been shaped by the media, the beauty industry and health-fitness advocates. Only pictures of women of perfect body are shown in the media.
For this, modern technology is used or pictures of women of very low weight are presented as perfect bodies. It is imaginary and unnatural for every woman to have such a perfect body, but the truth cannot be denied that every woman dreams of getting the same body in her fantasies.
Let’s meet the body police
Those who constantly talk and comment about body shape or body size, they have been given the name of body police. Studies show that your loved ones and loved ones can also be body police. Not only women but men also come under the grip of body policing.
The body police’s job is to convey that ‘you are not good as you are.’ Many times, under the pressure of this body police, women start adopting tricks to make themselves look beautiful. In this, the desire to make oneself slim by dieting, plastic surgery is due to this police.
Many girls also become victims of bulimia nervosa.
Negative body image worries
Often the worry of negative body image has a bad effect on the body and mind of women. According to Dr. Ruchi Sharma, Clinical Psychologist at Manipal Hospital, young girls are prone to negative body images. Some people feel after eating food that they will become fat, then they throw out all the food by vomiting. This is called bulimia nervosa.
He told that the parents of a teenage girl came to him after getting upset because of their daughter giving up food and drink. The desire to look beautiful had started affecting the mental health of the teenager as well. His body weight was falling. Women have to decide for themselves what is the definition of beauty for how they want to look. According to the market, the desire to look beautiful can be expensive for health.