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17 ( ANI ): Many women would know the intense feeling of craving chocolaty gooiness during those monthly days when the disaster of nature strikes.
It's Friday night, I'm at Publix, going shopping 'cause my fiancAaAa has cravings.
A classic distraction strategy involves simply pulling yourself away from the craving by going and doing something else--anything else--for 20 minutes.
Craving is an important concept in the area of drug dependence and has been discussed for more than a century; Merck's Manual of the Materia Medica (1-2) had, in 1899, already proposed that cocaine be used to relieve craving for alcohol, demonstrating one of the first attempts to "medicate" craving.
Carbohydrate addiction can be defined as an uncontrollable and constant craving for starches such as bread, pasta, rice or potatoes, or for snack foods such as chips, popcorn, pretzels or for sweets such as cookies, cakes, pies, donuts, muffins or chocolate.
Chocolate - magnesium Chocolate - magnesium may think we're Chocolate - magnesium WE may think we're craving chocolate but the body is really telling us we need magnesium.
Write down what you were doing, feeling and thinking when you had the craving.
ABSTRACT Objective: Observed by physicians and often reported by patients, craving is a core symptom of addiction, although not well defined nor understood completely.
Craving and nicotine withdrawal in a Spanish smoking cessation sample
Money is clearly no obstacle either; 15% confessing they'd splash over PS50 to satisfy their craving, worrying they'd end up feeling anxious (23%), upset (21%), angry (20%) and frustrated (18%) if they didn't.
ISLAMABAD -- A single 15-minute session of high frequency transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) over the prefrontal cortex temporarily reduced cue-induced smoking craving in nicotine-dependent individuals, a new study has shown.