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PSYCHOLOGY: STRESS : MEDICAL: CONDITIONS: OBESITY: Stress and Obesity Go Hand in Hand

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PSYCHOLOGY: STRESS :

MEDICAL: CONDITIONS: OBESITY:

Stress and Obesity Go Hand in Hand

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Stress and Obesity Go Hand in Hand

DECCAN CHRONICLE.

KANIZA GARARI

Published Nov 27, 2017, 12:33 am IST

Updated Nov 27, 2017, 12:33 am IST

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/lifestyle/health-and-wellbeing/
271117/stress-and-obesity-go-hand-in-hand.html

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A shorter URL for the above link:

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https://tinyurl.com/y8f3dpy6

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Continuous workplace stress is linked to obesity and is causing eating
disorders in people.

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Wondering if stress affects weight gain? According to doctors, it does.
Work-related stress is leading to increasing obesity levels in the
country. In order to cope with tough deadlines and competitive
environments, more and more people are resorting to foods like ice creams
and chocolates. Though short-term stress leads to loss of appetite,
chronic and continuous stress is said to have the opposite effect. It has
been found that people opt for food to get comfort when they are nearing
deadlines. Most often, they binge on high-calorie foods.

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Researchers have found that specific hormones play a major role in these
situations. For instance, when one eats carbohydrates, it raises the bodys
serotonin levels and makes a person feel good. Serotonin is the bodys
feel-good chemical. Meanwhile, chronic stress can cause the release of
excess cortisol, a hormone critical in managing fat storage and energy use
in the body. Cortisol is known to increase appetite and may encourage
cravings for sugary or fatty foods.

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Wondering if stress affects weight gain? According to doctors, it does.
Work-related stress is leading to increasing obesity levels in the
country. In order to cope with tough deadlines and competitive
environments, more and more people are resorting to foods like ice creams
and chocolates. Though short-term stress leads to loss of appetite,
chronic and continuous stress is said to have the opposite effect. It has
been found that people opt for food to get comfort when they are nearing
deadlines. Most often, they binge on high-calorie foods.

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Researchers have found that specific hormones play a major role in these
situations. For instance, when one eats carbohydrates, it raises the bodys
serotonin levels and makes a person feel good. Serotonin is the bodys
feel-good chemical. Meanwhile, chronic stress can cause the release of
excess cortisol, a hormone critical in managing fat storage and energy use
in the body. Cortisol is known to increase appetite and may encourage
cravings for sugary or fatty foods.

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