The Longitudinal Association from Obesity to Depression
Obesity occurs to body health when stressful life leads to depression. Many young women suffer from obesity and lead to less weight loss in their bodies, leading to depression. They are highly prevalent, especially to women who are commonplace and lead to effective treatment and loss of weight for adults. Research has shown a mass decline in patients with medical dejections in their lives, but only solitary was a randomized regulator trial. It is prevalent mainly in our society, as depression is becoming a significant concern for women, children, and adults. In an attempt to examine the association between obesity and depression (Pagoto et al., 2013), a longitudinal correlation assessed the association between obesity to depression using the clinical test. Although the study contains its association, the researchers demonstrated the causative effects of depression and its mental disorders.