10 Bad Habits That Can Lead To Type-2 Diabetes

Emotional Eating

Do you know there exists a thing that’s called emotional eating? According to a Dutch study conducted on 1500 people evaluated that when you feel sad, hopeless, or even worthless, you eat a lot and hence gain weight! Also, people who suffer from depression are less likely to take the correct steps and diet plans to manage their blood sugar and diabetes, according to a study in Jordan. Whenever you are depressed or feel depressed, consult a doctor to avoid further health complications.

When you’re not depressed, you take better care of yourself, says Klinger. You’re also more likely to keep your blood sugar levels under control, manage your weight efficiently and even prevent diabetes.

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