Chronic disruption of body weight but not of stress peptides or receptors in rats exposed to repeated restraint stress.

@article{Harris2006ChronicDO,
  title={Chronic disruption of body weight but not of stress peptides or receptors in rats exposed to repeated restraint stress.},
  author={Ruth B. S. Harris and Julie Palmondon and Stephen Leshin and William P Flatt and Denis Richard},
  journal={Hormones and behavior},
  year={2006},
  volume={49 5},
  pages={615-25}
}
Rats exposed to restraint stress for 3 h on each of 3 days lose weight and do not return to the weight of their non-stressed controls for extended periods of time. Studies described here demonstrate that the initial weight loss is associated with increased energy expenditure and reduced food intake on the days of restraint but that there is no difference between stressed and control rats once stress ends. The failure to compensate for this energy deficit accounts for the sustained reduction in… CONTINUE READING

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