try drinking water when you feel hungry at night especially when studying. this also happens to me but I do brush my teeth and always keep a glass of water on my desk so that I keep hydrated and I won't feel sleepy when studying at night. try eating a lot of fiber during dinner so that you won't feel hungry later on.
Maybe you started out too strongly. Are the goals you made for yourself reasonable or are they too strict? You might want to consider making new goals for yourself. Taking baby steps again. You might not loose another ten pounds as fast as you did the first ten, but if you loose them slowly, thats better than gaining them back. For me, drinking hot tea always fills my need to snack at night. That is something you could easily take to the library with you.
"Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities have crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it serenely and with too high a spirit to be encumbered with your old nonsense." --Ralph Waldo Emerson
I have lost 10 pounds already, but lately I have been having a lot of slip ups. At first I thought it was okay, because it would only happen once, then it slowly started to happen once every single day. I feel like I am slowly slipping back into my old habit (and I am afraid that I will gain back the weight I so vigorously lost). Can you offer any advice on how to keep from breaking my diet? It usually happens after dinner (and please don't tell me to go to sleep or brush my teeth because those aren't always permanent answers esp. when I am staying up late writing a paper in the library) All advice welcome, I really need to get down to business, I am only 10 pounds away from my goal! Thanks so much!!!
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