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In addition to slowing you down and sapping your endurance, running too many miles on too little rest can lead to a host of problems ranging from hormone imbalances to shin splints to tendon strains.
Obesity is associated with alterations of certain hormone levels that we think might have a carcinogenic effect.
Uncertainty about what will happen next can trigger our body’s fight or flight response, spiking stress hormones like serotonin.
Serotonin is known as the “happy hormone,” as it regulates mood, body temperature and appetite.
What’s more, a 2007 study published in the journal Sleep shows that with each additional uninterrupted sleep cycle, you generate more of these hormones.
Second, the chemical cascade of stress hormones in the brain associated with negative emotions impairs cognitive flexibility, goal-directed behavior and self-control.
BOOST YOUR MOOD WITH EMOTIONAL BRAIN TRAININGBY LAUREL MELLIN/THE CONVERSATIONJANUARY 4, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
People want to understand their bodies and know what the monthly fluctuation of hormones means in the context of sports and physical activity, an interest that will continue to grow in 2021.
This can boost the flow of oxytocin, a molecule known as the “trust hormone.”
People born with female anatomy and hormones usually begin puberty between age eight and 14.
SCIENTISTS SAY: PUBERTYBETHANY BROOKSHIRENOVEMBER 23, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
Not only are men and women built differently, but women also have a monthly cycle of hormones – and this has a powerful effect on the body.

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