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Do You Tend to Overeat when the days get shorter?

Do You Tend to Overeat when the days get shorter?

At this time of year, many of my clients come in complaining of the shorter, darker days. Understandably so. It’s not just that the summer has ended and the longer, lazier days are behind us. With this particular season change, those who suffer from mild to moderate mood disorders (especially depressive and bipolar) can all […]

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Do You Tend to Overeat When The Days Get Shorter?

Do You Tend to Overeat When The Days Get Shorter?

At this time of year, many of my clients come in complaining of the shorter, darker days. Understandably so. It’s not just that the summer has ended and the longer, lazier days are behind us. With this particular season change, those who suffer from mild to moderate mood disorders (especially depressive and bipolar) can all of a sudden find […]

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Are you overeating to pump up depleted brain chemicals?

Do you experience strong cravings for modern “drug” foods artificially concentrated in fat, sugar and salt? Foods like cookies, ice cream, chocolate, pastries, chips and french fries trigger the release of powerful “feel good” chemicals in the brain. Do you feel the need for stimulants like coffee, tea and soda?  Stimulants trigger the release of […]

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