Depression leads to the development of diabetes

The research team from the University of Delhi conducted a study on the impact of negative impressions and depressions on the development of diabetes of the second type. The study involved more than a thousand people from 30 years. Half of the volunteers had already been diagnosed with diabetes. It turned out that most often the disease was evident in people susceptible to stress the influence, reports The Times of India.

Stress leads to the release of the hormone cortisol, which is responsible for the redistribution of fat in the human body. The result is food that is rich in fat, worse undergoes cleavage of insulin. In addition, cortisol activates the processes of inflammation and cell oxidation that damages their structure and disrupts the function. Scientists note that the constant stress is a serious risk factor that can increase the likelihood of developing diabetes by 33%. To prevent doctors advise to follow the correct routine, balanced diet, regular walking and outdoor pursuits.

Most substances in the human body is broken down to sugars, as they are the main source of energy. Insulin is responsible for the metabolism of carbohydrates and his inactivity or lack of it leads to increased levels of glucose in the blood. Diabetes mellitus is dangerous by its consequences, relating to the cardiovascular, nervous, and digestive systems.

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