Why stress make you fat and ruins your health and what you can do about it

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  • Good Morning my name is Sam Hanney Program Director and IFS International Personal Trainer of the Year 2013 of the award winning RWL Gym Group, we are regarded as the UK’s Leading gym. We combine the best in nutrition, physiotherapy, exercise, physchology and liftsyle advice to create individuals plans for your individual goals.Today I’am going to show
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  • The ‘NORMAL’ Stress ResponseZebra strolling across Africa nice at calm then all of a sudden a lion charges towards him from the bushes.Classic Scenario used to describe the stress response, otherwise known as the flight or flight response.Your body quickly paces it self through a series of neurological biochemical,. Hormone and physiological actions each designed to help you run away and surivie
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  • This is a very serious test and can help you decide weather your body may be exposed to excessive stress and cortisol levels on a regular basis. Hand-out leaflet to be complete my audience!
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  • Why stress make you fat and ruins your health and what you can do about it

    1. 1. Ref: notsupermum.com
    2. 2. Background: 1. Cortisol is a hormone produced by your body in response to difficult events. 2. The occasional release of cortisol is essential to respond to emergency situations. Too frequent release of cortisol can lead to health problems.
    3. 3. 1980’s = Cholesterol  Early 1990’s = Free Radicals / Antioxidants Later 1990’s = Insulin / Blood Sugar    2000s= Cortisol
    4. 4.  1,000 News Articles published over the last 7 months.  October 2013: A staggering 423,000,000 million websites.
    5. 5.  The body’s primary stress hormone: ◦ “Fight-or-Flight” response – Normal Stress Response ◦ Required by the body for survival ◦ Regulates inflammation, carbohydrate metabolism, cardiovascular function, etc…  BUT too much of cortisol for too long leads to problems: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Repeated exposure to stressful situations (personal, family, work) Modern stressors do not permit “fight-or-flight” Stress hormones do not dissipate Stress can lead to degenerative health consequences
    6. 6. Yikes!!!!! A Stress Occurs B Stress Response end and stress hormones dissipate Stress response begins in the brain (lots of chemistry) C Fight or Flight
    7. 7. A Yikes!!!!! Yikes!!!!! Stress Occurs E Stress is killing us D B Stress response continues, and stress hormones lead to tissue damage Stress response begins in the brain (lots of chemistry) C Modern Stressor do not permit fight or flight
    8. 8. Cortisol Index Total Score Type C Index Comments 0-5 points Relaxed Jack (Lower risk, no worries) You are cool as a cucumber and have either a very low level stress or a tremendous ability to deal effectively with incoming stressors. Keep doing whatever you are doing! 6-10 points Strained Jane (Moderate risk) You may be suffering from an overactive stress response and chronically elevated levels of cortisol and should incorporate anti stress strategies into your lifestyle whenever possible – but don’t stress out about it. Greater than 10 points Stressed Jess (High risk) You are almost definitely suffering from an overactive stress response, chronically elevated levels of cortisol, and its detrimental metabolic effects – and you need to take immediate steps to regain control.
    9. 9. Stress Acute Stress Chronic Stress 1. Brief 2. Normal Circadian rhythm 3. Adaptive 1. Prolonged and Repeated 2. Disrupted Circadian rhythm 3. Maladaptive
    10. 10. Mircogram per deciliter Cortisol Levels Throughout the Day 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 4AM 6AM 8AM 10AM Noon 2PM 4PM 6PM 8PM 10PM Mid 2AM
    11. 11. Metabolic Effects (Cortisol Induced) Chronic Health Condition Increased appetite, accelerated muscle catabolism (Breakdown) suppressed fat oxidation, enhanced fat storage Obesity Elevated cholesterol and triglycerides levels Heart disease Elevated blood pressure Heart disease Alterations in brain neurochemistry (involving dopamine and serotonin) Depression/Anxiety Physical atrophy (shrinkage) of brain cells Alzheimer’s disease Insulin resistance and elevated blood sugar levels Diabetes Accelerated bone resorption (breakdown) Osteoporosis Reduced levels of testosterone and Estrogen Suppressed libido Suppression of immune cell number and activity Frequent colds/flu infections Reduced synthesis of brain neurotransmitters Memory/Concentration problems
    12. 12. Loss of Muscle Mass: 1. 2. 3. 4. Breakdown of muscles, tendons and ligaments Decrease synthesis of protein Reduced levels of DHEA, Testosterone, growth hormone, IGF -1 & Thyroid Stimulating Hormone Drop in basal metabolic rate
    13. 13. Increase in Blood Sugar Levels 1. 2. 3. Reduced transport of glucose into cells Decrease insulin sensitivity = More Insulin Resistance. Increase in appetite and carbohydrates craving.
    14. 14. Increase in Body Fat 1. Increase in the overall amount of body fat (due to increased appetite, overeating and reduced metabolic rate) 1. An accumulation of body fat in abdominal region
    15. 15. What is Testosterone? 1. Helps build muscles & other tissues, skin, tendons, bones immune-systems components. 2. Controls aspects of Physiology including blood cells productions and metabolism of protein carbs and fats from food.
    16. 16. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Emotional changes (Increased anxiety and Depression Low sex drive Decreased muscle mass Reduced metabolic rate Increased abdominal fat Weak bones Back pain Elevated cholesterol
    17. 17. The more you answer YES to, the more likely you are to have suboptimal testosterone levels. The Benefit of maintaining normal testosterone:         Improve Mood A heightened Sense of wellbeing Increased mental and physical energy levels Improve Sleep quality Improve Sex drive and performance Increased lean body/muscle strength A decline in fat mass Reduce levels of Cholesterols
    18. 18. Q. How is testosterone related to cortisol? High Cortisol = Bigger Waist Line Low Testosterone = Bigger Waist Line Simultaneously = Weight Gain will
    19. 19. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Change your email setting. Leave Mobile and Ipad downstairs before bed. Don’t read/watch trash Take daily/mini vatcions Take a full day of each week Recreate to re-create Get a massage Take a bath Take a long weekend Take a yoga class Get a pet (Make sure it’s easy to look after) Crack up the tunes Get some Sleep Avoid caffeine in the after noon Vitamins and mineral – B Complex, Vitamin C, Magnesium

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