Healthy Living: How To Break Your Worst Health Habits
According to the American Psychological Association, 38 percent of adults say they have overeaten or eaten unhealthy foods because of stress.
Half of these adults report engaging in these behaviors weekly.
33 percent of adults who report eating unhealthy because of stress, say they do so because it helps distract them.
Try to be aware of when you’re eating because of stress and not hunger.
Then you can figure out what you really need, because it’s usually not food.
Katie Boomgaard has more in today’s Healthy Living.