The lack of stress and continuous psychological stress can lead a young man to an early diabetes of the second type, says Zee News. The presence of this relationship came the specialists from Stanford University.
Low stress in 18 years in men increases the risk of diabetes of the second type to the more Mature years at 50%. Apparently, stress disrupts metabolic processes in the body, which creates more likelihood of developing diabetes.
There is another, less obvious factor. The constant stress pushes people to the wrong lifestyle and bad habits. These workers often don't eat right and don't exercise enough. Perhaps this creates additional risks of developing diabetes.