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But for same people stress make appetite less
Funny, but I just binged on peanut butter cups and ice cream due to stress. Note that I have adrenal insufficiency and must rely on necessary cortisol hormonal replacement. Yet I opened my email and saw this! Thanks. Very timely advice!
Anxiety triggers emotional and psychological changes in your body to help you deal with the pressure. These changes often affect the stomach and digestive tract and can make you lose your appetite. If stress is the reason, your hunger usually returns once you’re feeling more relaxed. Stress, the hormones it unleashes, and the effects of high-fat, sugary “comfort foods” push people toward overeating…. The adrenal glands release another hormone called cortisol, and cortisol increases appetite and may also ramp up motivation in general, including the motivation to eat…(mygenericpharmacy)
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THIS. stress. Disorder. Might. Impact. Your. Activities, your. Cortisol. Hormone. And that
might. Strengthen. Your need. To. Eat. More. Hence. Your. STRESS-EATING. is. Beginning,,
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or. Mentally impacting. The. Personality. And. That. Might. Have. A. Stress -eating. Outcome,,
The most important ways to reduce stress levels are covered very well here. Exercise is my favorite one: it also makes the body less susceptible to stress by teaching it to focus on performance (what you can control) instead of the situation (what you cannot control). I would also include a daily hobby that you find relaxing and enjoying. If we can balance out stressful situations with enjoyable ones, we give our minds and bodies the time to calm down and recover from stress.
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