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Stress, anxiety, and food

Stress and lack of sleep are closely connected to psychological well-being, which can also affect diet and appetite, as anyone who?s ever gorged on cookies or potato chips when feeling anxious or sad can attest. Studies have demonstrated that some people eat more when affected by depression, anxiety, or other emotional disorders.…

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