Paper is due on 12/2 so need it no later than 12/1
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I have gained approximately 30 lbs since I started college and Im having a terrible time trying to keep up with school, work, and trying to work out and eat right.
I dont usually use big words. (Just dont use big vocabulary words that would make this paper not sound like me)
Student`s Name Instructor`s Name Course Date Weight Gain in College Introduction College presents an unhealthy lifestyle to the students. While at college, each student is striving to achieve higher academic achievements or at least to perform above average so as to meet the minimum grade to proceed to another level. Also, the students are given a lot of assignments by the instructors. Besides, the learners have to spend a lot of time in the library preparing for the exam as well as researching in order to write the research papers. All these create tension that amounts to pressure and stress to the students. Additionally, college presents a wide range of food to the students ranging from a high carbohydrate to sugary food as well as high-fat content food collectively known as "comfort food." Stress, on its own, stimulates overeating. Stress can also stimulate the production of cortisol hormone which stimulates a desire for comfort food. Therefore, this paper argues that lack of time for physical exercises and all the stress college causes make the students gain more weight than anything else. Lack of rigorous exercise leads to weight gain. Rigorous exercise helps in striking a balance in the body energy. This implies that the amount of energy intake is equivalent to the amount of energy output (Harring, Montgomery and Hardin