There was a time when obesity and genetic constitution were considered to be the main cause of diabetes. Today of course, Diabetes is classified as a lifestyle disease which requires management of diet and exercise. A new study now reveals that diabetics are more prone to anxiety and depression than those with other chronic diseases. The first of its kind study reveals that insulin resistance in the brain actually can produce a behavioral change and lower levels of the key neurotransmitter dopamine in areas of the brain associated with anxiety and depression.
Facebook addiction can lead to depression
Constantly checking Facebook to see what your friends are doing could drive you to depression, a new study warns. The study found that heavy Facebook users might experience envy, which can ultimately lead to extreme sadness. The researchers surveyed 736 college students and found that if one quietly stalks their friends on Facebook and then […]