Are you aware of the fact that we many of us eat food for getting relief from stress or to get comfort? We might also eat to reward ourselves. When we eat without any specific reason in mind, we resort to sweets, junk food and other unhealthy foods.
We might eat an ice cream or a pizza when we feel lonely or bored. We might also order fast food after a stressful day at work. This is nothing but emotional eating and is used to make ourselves feel better. This is done to fill the emotional needs rather than the stomach. The sad part of the story is emotional eating does not look after emotional problems. Rather it can make feel worse and above all, it can lead to health problems.
You will understand whether you are an emotional eater if the following conditions are satisfied:
Choosing to eat food in order to celebrate is not a bad thing after all. But, when eating becomes the only coping mechanism in any kind of situation like being stressed, exhausted or bored, we can get stuck in a vicious cycle of unhealthy eating.
Food cannot always satiate emotional hunger. Eating may make the eater feel good at that certain point of time but the feelings often stay back. We must learn of healthier ways to deal with emotions, rather than overeating. No matter, however powerless we feel over our feelings and food, it is always better to make a positive and a healthy change.
You will learn:
Why lose the opportunity to be emotionally and physically in shape?
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