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The Advertising and the toughest ways to achieve happiness

The extent to which the consumer makes a person happy?

The extent to which a person reaches the target set by the advertisements?

The concept of beauty and well-being changes in certain periods of history. Today we live in the era of capitalism, competition, speed and production against time. The advertisements in imposes predefined stereotypes according to what you want to sell, is an idea, a product, or both, with the feeling of advantage and happiness.

In novels, shopping, shopping in stores and in many places where perception is big and glamorous, there are thin people (what today is related to health), well dressed, smoking a cigarette or turning on your electronic object from Apple. Indirectly or directly, the world tells us: Be slim! Use this or that! It's time for you to be happy!

The actuality of the physical standard of happiness is to have an underweight. To be slim advertising says consumers should work out at gyms or miraculous devices, sold for example in ShopTime and Polishop. She practically imposes, which if consumed Unilever products, beauty transparecerá you. It also says that if you buy the car with zero rate, the city will look different, feel the feeling of being free and fly, however, does not say who exactly the time you can get around to their work, there is a huge traffic jam.

It is very difficult today to maintain a healthy diet, simply because of time. Until vegetables products have toxic additives derived from the plantation monoculture. Make it fast eat that salty immersed in saturated oil per day than eating some fruit, grains and some kind of protein.

Adding to these facts is the question of sociality. Lunch with a friend from work, travel, college becomes more attractive, and if so, feed poorly at some fast food, no problem, once in a while will not hurt. It will be?


We live in a world where time is money. We do a thousand things at once, unable to stop. When the body can not take anymore, there are mental health problems such as depression, panic disorder, anorexia, bulimia, and several obessesões vigorexia.


Honestly, I'm not against advertisements that are associated with feelings of happiness, however, we must have greater control of these strategies. Above all, the mental and psychological health of the consumer must always come first. All we have to do our part. Professionals must change their courses of action. Government ban harmful trade as Happy Meals advertisements, for even one serving per month, can lead to diabetes, high blood pressure, intestinal infection among other pathologies. People should make noise in social networks and seek information either with doctors or dietitians and simply not consuming certain products. The public should know exactly the value of each product and remember that, in many cases, are being deceived by a false and harmful happiness, whether in small or long term.

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Article created by Maiquel Gomes.

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