March 12, 2009

Stress Eating and the Consequences

Stress is part of our everyday lives. Dr. Elissa Epel, psychologist, describes the relationship between events of stress and how we choose to eat.

These reactions have a physiological basis, but there are strategies for becoming more resilient and acquiring useful skills to control behavior.

Peter Pressman, MD

About our Interviewee

Elissa Epel, PhD is Associate Professor in Residence, UCSF Department of Psychiatry

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Stress can also lead to high blood pressure. You can find out more about it and how to avoid it here: http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=2114

 

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