A recent study has discovered that emotions are not in born but in fact, are cognitive states resulting from gathering information from the environment.
There is a huge difference between emotional eating or binge eating. Eating one or two slice of chocolate cake is emotional eating, but eating the whole cake by yourself is binge eating.
The findings of a survey in the US indicate that the inability to control emotions could throw weight loss programmes off kilter.In a survey conducted by the Consumer Reports National Research Centre, more than 1,300 ...
A new study has said that diet can affect the emotional well-being of a person, especially in women.
The latest study published in the Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium says emotional eating may not result in weight gain. According to scientists, ancient relationship dynamics may have made packing on the pounds after ...
Recent studies have revealed that painkillers maybe impacting your emotions other than easing body pain.
A recent study has found that people with heart disease may benefit from maintaining positive emotions.
Marital break-up and divorce can cause physical ailments -- including eczema and muscle pain -- apart from emotional problems, suggests a new study.
Hunger is nothing but the physiological need for water, salt and calories, other factors like stress and anxiety may be a trigger too.
Reacting to emotional events like break-ups, tends to involve reaching for the nearest unhealthy snack which is called "hedonic consumption",