Causes of Painful Bloating And How to Get Rid of Bloating Fast

There are many things that can cause bloating, especially bloating after eating. Overeating is often a cause of gassy bloating and can be easily fixed. Irritable bowel syndrome is a severe condition that often causes abdominal pain and bloating, and there are natural remedies for irritable bowel syndrome as well.

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Your Brain on Ice Cream (or Heroin)

Addictions are complex and hard to treat because there’s several components at play: not only are there variations in levels of desire, but also in levels of ability to control the desire. These factors can also change in certain social situations or under stress. So it may be the relationship people have with the substance and the settings in which they are consumed rather than the substance itself.

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Are Veganism and Vegetarianism Symptomatic of Eating Disorders?

Over the last year, a large number of clients have told that medical professionals advise them that that their lifestyles and eating choices are tantamount to mental illness and should be categorised as eating disorders. Their choice to not eat any animal products or limit their consumption to non-flesh based content is viewed as extreme and a response to disturbances in their psychological wellbeing. As a psychologist, I wish to address these concerns both to the clients and medical professionals.

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Tips On How To Stop Emotional Eating

People eat for various reasons. For you to stop emotional eating you need to know what triggers it. Know what situations, emotions or places that trigger the emotional hunger. Emotional eating is mostly triggered by negative feelings and at times by positive emotions, like rewarding yourself for an achievement.

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Differentiate Between Emotional Hunger and Physical Hunger

People don’t always eat because they are hungry. Some people tend to turn to food for emotional reasons like, stress, loneliness, anxiety or excitement. Unluckily for them, eating does not fix the emotional problems– in fact it makes them worse. The emotional problem that caused them to eat bad foods or overeat will still be unsolved and they will be feeling guilty because of overeating. Being able to differentiate emotional hunger from physical hunger is the first step to overcome cravings and compulsive overeating.

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Food + Relationships

Food can undo our relationships. We use food in the way others connect to people. Explore the how relationships are undone by using food for more then what it is intended, to nourish the body.

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4 Simple Things You Can Do Today to Stop Digestive Imbalances

Do you suffer from gastrointestinal challenges? Digestive Imbalance? Indigestion? Heartburn? What about gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation and sometimes even nausea. Maybe you’ve even imagined you might have an inflammatory bowel disease or a digestive disorder.

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Find Out If You Have Food Sensitivities

Food sensitivities can cause headaches, skin problems including acne, and of course digestive problems including gas, bloating, constipation and diarrhea. So how do you know if you have a food sensitivity and what the offending food might be? There are actually a few methods you can use.

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How To Stop Overeating: 7 Ways To Put Down Your Fork

These tips are ways to “jolt” yourself awake to become conscious of what you’re doing so you can make a choice about whether you honestly want to keep eating or if you’re ready to stop. You can remind yourself you can always come back to it later. “Waking up” to what you’re doing and making a choice to continue or not puts you in power.

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Why Anorexia Targets Women

Usually associated with women – anorexia is an eating disorder that seems to be on the increase. And, although it can affect a small percentage of men too, there are reasons why it usually affects mainly women.

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