Trying to be what you are not and suppressing your authentic self (who you were meant to be) is an unnatural process that requires the expenditure of precious life energy. (McGraw, Phillip C., PhD. Self Matters. p 17-18, 33-34. NY:Simon & Schuster Source, 2001.)
Falsifying Type (a form of adapting) is a term to describe an individual who spends hours each day in activities that require the brain to work up to 100 times harder. This throws body systems into distress.
Refer to Adapting and the Brain for additional information.