Weight Loss Mindset
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Emotional Eating Increases Weight & Destroys Health

Emotional Eating Increases Weight & Destroys Health

Are you an emotional eater?

Many people are and it's self-destructive

You must learn to recognize emotional eating and change how you handle stress.

Your health depends on it!

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Have you ever stuck to a healthy meal plan all week, only to hit the snacks or junk food after an exhausting day? When something goes wrong in your life or you feel somewhat stressed, is your automatic response to drown your sorrows in a bowl of ice cream? 

What you need to understand about emotional eating

Emotional eating is also known as stress eating. It's relying on food to change how you feel and make yourself feel better. You're eating not to satisfy physical hunger but to fill the empty void created by emotional needs. 

It's a habit, a pattern of behavior that recurs again and again in your life. It leads to a number of health problems, including weight gain. 

What are some indications you're engaging in Emotional Eating?

Maybe you're uncertain if you're using emotional eating as a coping strategy? 

Try answering these questions honestly. 

• When you're stressed, are you more likely to eat more than if you're not stressed?

• How often do you find yourself eating when you're already full or not really hungry?

• Do you use food as a reward for something?

• Do you associate food with safety or security?

• When you're upset, mad, anxious, or bored, how do you make yourself feel better?

• Do you often overeat to the point of being uncomfortable?

• Do you sometimes feel like you have no control over food or how much you eat?

Honest answers to these questions can help you determine if you're an emotional eater. If you are, then learning the signs of emotional eating as well as mindfulness techniques to help you focus on your eating habits can help. 

Learning to distinguish between emotional hunger and physical hunger takes time. Once you're clear on that and can tell these two apart, you can start to make better food choices and end the destructive pattern of emotional eating.

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Weight Loss Mindset
Weight Loss Mindset
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