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Category: Stress

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All you need to know about stress-related obesity

Stress is the new buzzword in patient-doctor communication. There is enough information to link stress and elevated risk of obesity.   Social stress leads to the craving for high fat ‘comfort food’, alters the dietary preference and influences the regional distribution of the fat tissue. It also has a negative effect on our metabolic health.  Here ...

Feeling stressed may lead to overeating or stress eating, putting you at risk of becoming obese

Your body and mind are closely connected. Have you ever noticed how your palms get sweaty and you feel thirsty when you become nervous? Similarly, feeling stressed and the way how your brain works can put you at a greater risk of what may come as a surprise—nonetheless true—developing obesity.  Stress is a response to certain unpleasant events that can be physiological or emotional. Stress ...