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    How to Stop Overeating?

    How to Stop Overeating? Gluttony is considered as one of the 7 deadly sins, yet it is one of the most common conditions we have. The American Psychiatric Association has renamed gluttony as ‘binge eating disorder’. Until now ‘binge eating disorder’ was considered untreatable. The APA has approved an amphetamine called Vyvanse. Although the medical world is debating over whether an amphetamine should be given to a disease that can be diagnosed in more than 40% of the world, we will look at a few ways you can organically stop being a glutton. Along with knowing how to stop being a glutton, Here’s what you should do to have a…

    Mind,  Body

    Why should we Exercise?

    Why should we Exercise? If the dangers compared with being quiet are exceptional, so too are the values connected with regular activity. Exercise promotes physical health. Actually, active personalities have a significantly higher health risk than their lazy competitors. In spite of mediocre constant physical action has a crucial influence on people’s welfare and durability. At least 20 to 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day most days of the week will improve health and aid in weight loss. A systematic activity is not necessary to have these perquisites; a quick walk will suffice Here’s how you can create opportunities in life. Exercise decreases risks for severe illness. Exercise decreases people’s odds…

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    Dealing with Obesity.

    Dealing with Obesity. Obesity is a condition where the body accumulates excess fat which has a negative impact on health. Genetics, overeating and certain psychological factors are some common causes of obesity. It is no longer a concern that the west is grappling with. It has found its way onto Indian shores and it is a battle that many of us face today. In this world replete with diabetes and heart disease; it is important to prevent obesity from childhood to stop these diseases from happening. It is important that we influence school children so as to increase their knowledge about nutrition and physical activity, in an effort to change their attitude and practices for life.…

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    Nutrition Psychology. Understanding the link between food and Mental Health.

    Nutrition Psychology. Understanding the link between food and Mental Health. Diet influences numerous aspects of health, including weight, athletic performance, and risks of chronic diseases, such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes. According to some research, it may affect mental health, too. Anxiety and depression are among the most common mental health conditions worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression could be one of the top health concerns in the world by 2030. Therefore, it is not surprising that researchers continue to search for new ways to reduce the impact of mental health conditions, rather than relying on current therapies and medications. Along with understanding how nutrition psychology…