Whether it’s a fight with a spouse, a deadline at work, or simply just too much to do — everyone has to deal with stress. If you’re faced with a lot of stress, it can take hold of your eating habits.
Do you ever eat dinner with a fork in one hand and the TV remote in the other? A psychologist explains how this habit could lead to overeating and, eventually, weight gain.
Holiday heart syndrome is when overeating (and overindulging in alcohol) leads to an irregular heartbeat. Here’s how to avoid it.
Free food has a way of luring you in when you’re not the least bit hungry. And while an occasional indulgence is no problem, habitually visiting the free table can add up to a lot of extra calories and take a toll on your health.
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Bad influences on your food choices can take a toll on your health (and waistline). Resist food peer pressure with these three psychologist-approved tips.
If you’re prone to mindless overeating or zoning out while snacking, these quick mindful eating exercises can help bring your attention back.
The Japanese term that means “Eat until you’re 80% full” can be helpful for both overeaters and undereaters. Our expert explains.
We all eat more than we should sometimes. But, when it’s the norm, it’s a problem. Try these strategies to break the cycle of overeating and develop healthier habits.
How did that whole bag of cookies disappear? Being aware of why you overeat will help you make a different decision the next time you’re tempted to overindulge.
Mom promised that wolfing down your food would likely result in a stomachache, but a new study shows something of more consequence: Eating slower could be linked to a lower risk of obesity.