Diabetics’ risk for depression : an insight into brain activity

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 Feeling of sadness, anger and anxiety are part of daily life with people who are obese or living with diabetes or prediabetes. A recent study suggests that such negative feelings may rise due to problems with blood sugar levels that influence emotional response in the brain. It is found that people with Type 2 diabetes and prediabetes were more likely to focus on and have a strong emotional response to threats and negative things, which affects quality of life and increases risk for depression.

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