Work burnout tied to "emotional eating" in women: study
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|Tue, 03-13-2012 - 9:11pm|
n">(Reuters) - Women who are fed up with their jobs may be more likely to turn to food for comfort in times of stress, according to a Finnish study.
The study, reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that those who reported work burnout were also more likely to have a habit of "emotional" eating, or eating when stressed, anxious or down, rather than just hungry.
What's more, they were more prone to "uncontrolled" eating -- the feeling that you're always hungry or can't stop eating until all the food's gone............
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