The main symptoms of food addiction is the desire to consume certain foods are very high and difficult muted. This leads to excessive consumption of foods which can increase body weight and a bad effect on health.
High desire to eat a snack or a food addiction is not really derived from the desire of the stomach, but the brains. A study published in “Psychological Science Journal, as quoted by the shoes. Namely, if a person has to certain foods for a long time to eat, they believe that fun and hard to think of something else. Concentrate only on those foods.
In one experiment, volunteers who say they do not eat chocolate, have more time to mathematical problems than those who are unable to get chocolate to finish.
To overcome the dependence of the desire to eat snacks or simple solution that you can do to counteract.
The decision is through cognitive exercises that have nothing to do with food related p. An experiment showed that volunteers who ate a big question, imagine that the less food you want, when you bow or the scent of eucalyptus Browse consider. In another experiment, volunteers who see the flicker (fluorescence pattern), black and white television monitor, focused thoughts about food also decreases.
So now, train your brain Do not let the “colonized” by the thought of food. Think of the fun things like rainbow that appeared after the rain, or a list of eucalyptus oil is always with you wherever you go.
The number of Australians seeking treatment for cannabis problems has increased 30 percent since 2002, according to a study by the University of New South Wales Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC).
A study published online in the journal Addiction found that while the number of Australians using cannabis has decreased, the rate of harmful use, including daily use has increased significantly since 1995, especially 30 to 49 years of youth, when presentations in hospitals has doubled.
“There is good evidence that daily or almost daily by adults can lead to the development of cannabis dependence, and regular use is also associated with an increased risk of psychosis,” said study lead author Amanda Roxburgh.
The figures also show problems among young people daily users (ages 14-19) who were much more likely than older users to smoke 10 or more cones or joints a day. Among younger users per day, 63 percent reported difficulty controlling their use.
“The sooner a person begins to use cannabis are more likely to develop problems and dependence later, she said.