Are you never hungry for breakfast? Do you eat over 50 percent of your daily calories after your dinner? Do you wake up at night to eat high-carb snacks?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you may have Night Eating Syndrome (NES). Not just another name for raiding the fridge, or a spin-off of the low carb diet craze, or just plain sleep-walking, NES probably is related to 3 hormones: melatonin, leptin, and cortisol. It was first diagnosed in 1955, but has not been well-treated until recently. Read how below.