Anxiety and depression increase chance of death from cancer < Scientists have discovered that anxiety and depression can increase the chances of death from cancer of the cervix, prostate and pancreas. The study, conducted jointly by the Universities of London, England, Edinburgh, Scotland, and Sydney, Australia, analyzed clinical records of more than 160,000 adults.
Some studies even suggest that the hormonal imbalance that causes depression leads to a higher production of cortisol, inhibiting the mechanisms natural DNA repair and weakening the body's defenses due to cancer. Other studies also show that depressed people are more prone to smoking, alcoholism and obesity, risk factors for cancer.
The analysis by the universities pointed out that people with symptoms of depression and anxiety were 80% more likely to die of cancer of colon. In addition, they were twice as likely to die from prostate, pancreatic, or esophageal cancer as those who did not.
For this, the researchers statistically adjusted the distortion effects attributed to the mode life, gender, age, weight and socioeconomic status. However, experts have pointed out that it is not possible to exclude reverse causality, that is, that depression is caused by the symptoms of a cancer that has not yet been diagnosed.
You have looked at yourself in the mirror for some time and you do not think it's legal. Be it by weight, wrinkles, dark circles, tiredness or a thousand other factors. It seems like something is missing. It is at times like this that self-esteem is usually low or even absent from your daily life. But to what extent is this normal?
Auriculotherapy is a therapeutic technique that stimulates reflex points located in the ear, where we find a complete map of a microsystem that represents the human body. Stimulating these points, which are integrated into the central nervous system, alters the signs of disequilibrium presented by organs or tissues of the body.