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The relationship of hormonal disorder to weight gain

Excessive food intake leads to obesity and significant weight gain, but a person may become obese and overweight without consuming excessive amounts of food, mainly due to the presence of a disorder and imbalance in the secretion of hormones in the body, which is responsible Regarding the body's functions and actions, the person may not be hungry, or he does not want to eat, but he cannot stop eating it, and the reason for this is due to the administration of hormones to human actions, forcing the body to eat more food, and a person may be exposed to some psychological disorders, and thus Eating to reduce the impact of these disturbances is resorted to, and in this case also hormones are the main responsible.

The importance of hormonal balance:

 Where it is possible to rid the body of excess weight in an easy way, by adhering to a diet and exercising, but this matter is difficult if the patient suffers from an imbalance in the secretion of hormones, and it is not possible to reduce the excess weight except when treating this disorder. The common occurrence of this is an increase in the secretion of the hormone insulin in the body, which makes a person constantly hungry, and thus drives him to eat additional quantities of food.

The relationship of hormonal disorder to weight gain:

Cortisone hormone:

Where the hormone cortisone helps to deal with psychological situations; Such as a sense of danger and tension, and giving the body the appropriate response, by raising the level of glucose in the blood, which gives the body the energy necessary to make reactions, but any increase in the level of the cortisone hormone in the blood increases the person’s appetite for food and drink, and patients who eat Cortisone medications can lead to significant weight gain.

Lapatin and Garrelin:

Where the hormone lapatin helps send commands to the brain to stop eating. Because the body has reached satiety, as for the hormone guarlin, which is secreted by the human body in the event of feeling hungry, to send information to the brain and tell it that the body needs more food and energy, and in many cases a person eats food without feeling hungry, for example when exposed to tension, where he resorts to eating sugars ; Consequently, the body secretes the hormones of hunger and satiety at an inappropriate time, and when this is repeated, the body will program itself to secrete these hormones when feeling stressed again.