I was just reading a recently published study that showed how those with higher levels of stress and depression were less likely to Stress, Depression, and Weight Gainwork out.

The research study showed that their anxiety, stress, and depression led to less confidence in their ability to get into an exercise program. As a result, the adults in the study were more likely to gain weight and have a more difficult time losing it.

I can tell you from my personal experience as a body transformation coach that everyone who attempts to lose weight is stressed and has anxiety about their weight and how they look. However, the people who make a commitment to themselves and their supporters end up successfully losing weight in the end.

That means even when they don’t feel like exercising they still… continue reading “Stress, Depression, and Weight Gain

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