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Depression-related symptoms like sleeplessness or inactivity can make weight loss more difficult. Some commonly prescribed antidepressants can cause you to gain weight as well.
The first step is to get screened for depression. Talk to your doctor about getting a referral to a mental health professional. He or she will be able to investigate further and determine whether you have depression and give you helpful advice for moving forward.
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If you have experienced emotional trauma, it could be affecting your eating habits and your weight. Your past experiences might prevent you from losing weight in the present day.
To reach your goal, you may want to work through the issues with a qualified professional.
For most people, eating feels good. And in times of stress, some people use food as the best way to calm their emotions.
Identify stress triggers and do your best to avoid certain situations or people that undermine your success. Keeping a food journal may be helpful...
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We're all different. If we are all on the same weight-loss diet, there will be various outcomes. Some people will lose a lot, some will lose a little, and a few will even gain weight.
Science still can't tell us why some people lose weight easier than others.
We make more than 200 food decisions a day, and most of these appear to be habitual, which means we eat without thinking about what or how much food we consume.
A new study found weight-loss interventions that are based on forming new habits, and breaking old habits is the key to a heal...
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