Extra pounds have bigger impact on your body than just making you weight more. Gaining some weight over a year might seem innocent, but new pounds can add up over time and have serious consequences. The taste of food becomes dull for overweight people, they are more likely to feel depressed and anxious, and have short- and long-term health problems with breathing, conceiving, and with their heart.
1. Your sense of taste dulls and leads to overeating.
It might seem that we gain weight because the food we eat appears too tasty, but that’s not true. Studies prove that obesity reduces our taste receptors by 25%. This makes people consume even more food as they try to experience the same rich taste they had before from their favorite meals.
2. Migraines occur more often.
Weight gain raises your chances of getting a sudden headache. According to the American Migraine Foundation, people with obesity suffer from chronic migraines more often than others. Important: Obesity does not cause migraines, but it’s a risk factor, which means being obese makes it more likely you will have migraine.>>>READ MORE