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Work-related Stress, over-nutrition and cognitive disability

Review article
Authors F. Ippoliti
P. Corbosiero
N. Canitano
F. Massoni
Max Rapp-Ricciardi
L. Ricci
Trevor Archer
S. Ricci
Published in Clinica Terapeutica
Volume 168
Issue 1
Pages 42-47
ISSN 00099074 (ISSN)
Publication year 2017
Published at Department of Psychology
Pages 42-47
Language English
Links https://doi.org.10.7417/CT.2017.198...
Keywords Lifestyle changes, Metabolic alterations, Neuroinflammation, Overnutrition, Stress
Subject categories Cognitive science

Abstract

Work-related stress may exert a negative impact on a variety of physical and psychological attributes relating to the health of employees and work organizations. Several studies conducted in Italy have shown that workers and employees who express less satisfaction show increased symptoms of obesity and cognitive disability. The latest evidence underlines the pathogenic relationship between stress and neurological disease through inflammatory neuro- immune activation. The aim of this review was to describe the relationship between workplace stress and adverse changes in lifestyle that develop into obesity, neuroinflammation and cognitive dysfunction. The molecular mechanisms involved and guidelines for the prevention of these trends are discussed briefly. © Società Editrice Universo (SEU).

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