Anti depressive and obesity

Anti depressive and obesity
Women with recurrent depression are more often overweight and more 'dangerous' abdominal fat than the average population. There seems to be consistent with the long term use of modern antidepressants (SSRIs) a relationship.

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That's one of the conclusions of the thesis of AnaLook, who examined the role of biological factors in recurrent depression.

Many studies show a relationship between repeatedly depressed and heart problems. Why this is so remains unclear. There are suspicions that genetic and biological factors play a role, which is both a person vulnerable to depression as well as for heart disease.

Biological explanation
Psychologist and psychiatrist-in-training AnaLook went in search of a biological explanation. She did so in a group of 137 patients participating in the Delta Study, a study of people at the start of the study have recovered from depression for ten years and at least two are behind us.

Lok glanced include to overweight, stress hormone cortical and to fatty acids in the blood, which are important for the brains and play a role in clotting and inflammation.

In addition, they focused on one-carbon metabolism, a set of biochemical processes that play a major role include the formation of building blocks for DNA. Disturbances in the metabolism can cause all sorts of diseases, including congenital heart disease and psychiatric disorders.

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