Over Eating

Extreme Healthy Eating: The Dangers Of Orthorexia

Orthorexia (also known as ‘orthoexia’) is an eating disorder developed when people take healthy eating to the point of obsession. While on the surface it may seem constructive to have an extremely healthy diet, orthorexia is a mental health issue and can interfere with many aspects of daily life. Orthorexics exhibit some of the same …

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Six Tips To Help You Control The Urge To Snack

Snacking is a problem that many people have. It can be due to boredom, nervousness, anxiety or something more serious. However, if you believe that indulging in your favorite snack will result in satiety, you should be aware that it could have more negative consequences for your body than you think. Snacking and Addiction If …

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Overeating Disorders

Overeating disorders, like binge eating disorder or bulimia, can pose long-term problems that threaten both mental and physical health and well-being. And while the symptoms of these conditions tend to be overgeneralized, there are lesser-known facts about overeating disorders that might surprise you. Here are five things you may not know: 1. Males suffer more …

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3 Behavorial Techniques To Stop Compulsive Eating

Concrete action steps are often the backbone of an eating disorder treatment strategy. When it comes to compulsive eating, focusing on a few strategies for success can help you make shifts not only in your behavior, but in the way you think about food. If you’re feeling stalled in terms of making progress in this …

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