Depression & Mental Illness

Obesity and depression are interrelated, as the effect of one express on the other. obese People are tend  to depressed due to the reasons which were leading to emotional ups and downs and many other health complications leading to psychiatric disorders and mental illness. Obese depression and mental illness consequences like psychosocial problems and suicidal thoughts are highly observed in young ones, as they face many stressful life events like bullying and weight based teasing. According to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about 43% of adults with depression are obese


  • Emotional issues
  • Sociological consequences
  • Physical inactivity
  • Sleep problems

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23rd Annual Meet on Obesity and Diet

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