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ZME Science: People With More Self-Control Feel Less Hunger, Fatigue, And Stress

“When surveyed by the American Psychological Association about their abilities to make healthy lifestyle changes, Americans cited lack of willpower as the No. 1 reason for not following through with such changes. But what is willpower and how can people nurture it? Research suggests that avoiding temptation and practicing delayed gratification are both predictors of disciplined or high-willpower individuals. Now, a new study builds upon these characteristics, finding that people that score higher on self-control tend to experience less intense visceral states, such as hunger, fatigue, and stress.” Read more at ZME Science