Obesity and Stress Management


Journal Overview

Obesity and Stress Management (OASM) is an international  journal dedicated to publication of peer reviewed manuscripts of high-quality original research with objective data regarding Obesity physiological, Psychiatric and Social co-morbidities. Moreover, we particularly seek research that coping emergent knowledge,fostering research, research related to all aspects of obesity and its comorbidities and promoting better treatment for people with obesity public health and medical developments.

The journal presents new information in the areas of Psychological aspects of obesity, Pharmacology, Pediatric Obesity,  nutrition medicine,  genetics,dietary and behavioural approaches for weight loss and nutritional epidemiology,  behavioral epidemiology,  exercise and human physiology,  fat cell physiology, biophysics and lipid metabolism, aging, neuroscience, Health promotion strategies around the issues of obesity, metabolic syndrome, nutrition behavior. OASM encompasses public health measures to prevent overweight and obesity,Diet as well as Managing & preventive aspects of obesity and is aimed at researchers, practitioners and educators alike.

Besides the original research OASM publishes Reviews, Case reports, short communications, letters to the editor,Commentry,Opinions,Conference proceedings and annual meeting abstracts.

The Editorial Board includes internationally prominent individuals who are devoted to the optimal treatment of the severely obese and include internists, psychiatrists, surgeons, and nutritional experts. Manuscripts are double blindly reviewed without the reviewers knowledge of the authors, institution or country of origin.

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Key Words
Anti-Obesity Hormone Cortisol
Anxiety Lipid Metabolism
Autogenic Training Measurements For State And Trait Anger
Behavioural Modification Meditation
Chronic Stress Metabolic Disorders
Clinical Epidemiology Metabolic Syndrome
Clinical Obesity Obese
Cognitive Restructuring Obesity
Co-Morbidities Obsessive Compulsive Behaviour
Cortisol Overweight
Depression Pediatric Obesity
Diet Pharmacology
Dietary Intake Psychology
Eating Behaviors Stress
Exercise And Human Physiology Stress In Society
Higher Body Mass Index Weight Loss And Physical Activity


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