Constant stress can actually lead to weight gain. And it can be not only in overeating, are related to nervous stress. During stress reactions the human body produces a large amount of hormone Adamts1. This compound promotes the formation of new fat cells and fat storage.
Stress factors contribute to the maturing of adipose tissue. As a result, significantly increases the risk of developing diabetes type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease, writes The Daily Mail.
Researchers from the Medical school of Stanford University proved found a hormone can even affect the stem cells, changing them in the program and forcing them to turn into fat cells. That is why stress is one of the worst backdrops for weight loss. First you need to deal with things that disturb you, and only then begin to lose weight.