November 31, 2019
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Like most of us, you perhaps obsess about your food and exercise – the behavioral choices you make – to mange your weight and health. sample link However, stress has been proven and associated with weight gain, increased incidence and risk of cardio-metabolic diseases, inflammatory diseases like cancer, memory loss and pre-mature aging. In recent study of 235 police officers, their perceived stress appreciably increased their risk (10-25%) of Metabolic Syndrome – a cluster of disease conditions associated with hypertension, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride ( blood fat) levels.
A study of of 25,000 people across 52 countries has associated stress with serious increased risk of heart attack. In recent study of 235 police officers, their perceived stress appreciably increased their risk (10-25%) of Metabolic Syndrome.