‘Emotional Health’

The Morning After Overeating at Night

By Jacki Monaco on 03/20/2014

Springing Back from a Food Hangover When you think “hangover,” you probably think booze! Waking up with that famous pounding headache, stomach flips and vision that is no longer 20/20. Your hair even hurts. While it does have some similarities, “The Food Hangover,” which results from bingeing or overeating at night, runs a bit of a different course. For me, it looks a little something like […] Read more »

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How Do I Stop Overeating at Night?

By Jacki Monaco on 03/06/2014

Jacki Monaco is a Green Mountain alum who blogs about successfully overcoming binge eating disorder. Her story was featured recently on CNN.com. Ever had this conversation with your fridge? Dinner is over. It’s barely 7:00 PM. I’m not going to bed for at least another 5 hours. I can hear the faint hum of the refrigerator whispering to me from […] Read more »

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5 Reasons You Keep Overeating at Night

By Robyn Priebe on 03/05/2014

Overeating At Night Can Be A Hard Habit To Break Do you feel like it gets harder to manage what or how much you eat as the day progresses? Does all your resolve crumble away once you get home from work or school, or after you put the kids to bed, night after night? Overeating at night is a common cause […] Read more »

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Write Your Own Manifesto to Help with Overeating

By Lisa Claudia Briggs on 03/03/2014

Are you being true to you? I have found in over 25 years of talking to women about their struggles with their bodies and overeating, that one dynamic that comes up often is the feeling of wanting to rebel. Against diets (who wouldn’t?!), food rules, ways of being. I believe this is healthy, natural, and a signal from your intuitive […] Read more »

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When You Need Exercise the Most

By Erin Risius on 02/25/2014

When you don’t want to exercise, that’s when you might need it the most An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but walking 30 minutes a day can keep the blues away. Research shows that daily, moderate exercise can not only prevent depression but is also effective in treating depression. Since one in four women in their 40s […] Read more »

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