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More stress…More overeating

Stress,Emotions and Overeating connected

Stress,Emotions and Overeating connected

Stress is a leading cause of overeating. Researchers in New Castle revealed that people who have a hard time controlling their appetite are under more stressful situations. With the growth of food addictions in the United States and much of the West researchers are looking for ways to combat the increasing problem. We have stated on this site that emotional stress and overeating go hand in hand.

The diet lies

People who have a problem controlling their appetite are often met with nasty comments or stares from others who do not understand the emotional links to the condition. We have documented on this site the nasty comments from people who just do not understand the brain’s role in those lack of the appetite. Sadly those who do not understand food addictions will always offer the same failed solution which they claim as dieting. Dieting does not work for food addiction, this is not an excuse it is the scientific truth. Many food addictions and problems with food start without us knowing it. The are rooted in emotional issues. Often we have no clue where the problem began. It is critical to know this

Guilt

Guilt is still the most difficult emotion that people who have a problem with appetite control experience. After eating too much there can be a deep depression and a feeling of low self worth. This is because we blame ourselves for not having the self control to stop eating. We are actually shifting the blame to ourselves the same way those who do not understand the condition. This can lead to more stress and more overeating.

Stop the emotional eating on your own in private See here  Stop emotional eating

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Depression,Food and Christmas can be a sad mix

lonnelyChristmas is a very lonely time for many and this can lead to overeating. Food during the holiday season is often abused. Often people think of the Holiday overeating time as joy because family is together and all is wonderful. This festive atmosphere is seen as a time of joy for all but in reality there is a down side for many. Christmas can be lonely, a time spent with food and depression. This can cause trouble for over-eaters.

 

There is the problem with much of mainstream media, those who do not have family or not close to their families are forgotten during the holidays. There are millions who spend the Holidays alone. Food can be a friend and a comfort to many who are isolated from family. Those who have a food addiction often have a very hard time around Christmas, this is not because of parties and festivities but because of the stress of the season. Depression is a trigger for food addiction Depression overeating

 

During this holiday season let us remember that this is a very difficult time for many. There are many who are glad when the holidays are over and real life comes back. The thought of seeing certain relatives can trigger a binge or overeating in a person food addicted. Almost all food addiction is related to emotional stress and this proven by Science. Food, Depression and Christmas are linked for many. Read this site and get a right relationship with food back.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I feel guilty when I eat: Why this can reveal a serious problem

It is a common complaint “I feeling guilty when I eat” and it is a sign that you have an unhealthy relationship with food. Many who suffer from food addiction feel guilt as a consequence of eating too much. This site has been dedicated to helping the over-eater and we can gladly say we have shown thousands how to control overeating on their own.  Those saying “I feel guilty when I eat” must recognize this as a serious sign. Overeating is more than a physical problem; it is rooted in emotional issues which often start when young.

Lat month we reported on a 10 year old girl who took her own life after being called fat by school mates.  There are many who eat in secret to hide the fact that they overeat. The relationship with food is what is in need of healing. The problem many face is they never get to the root cause of the overeating. A key question one must ask is “Why?”

Why do you make the statement “I feel guilty when I eat”.  The “Why” is not always so obvious and that is what we make abundantly clear on this site. The answer to the question is often clouded in guilt feelings and negative statements about you.

Toughest on ourselves

If there is one thing we have learned form helping so many with food addiction is that the person overeating is often hardest on themselves. This is because the overeater really wants to defeat this problem but find it very difficult. This problem can take up much of your life and thinking. When you truly think about the statement “I feel guilty when I eat”. If you repeat it again and again you really start to understand that this is really unnatural and not healthy. Hundreds of overeaters came together and we discovered how to beat overeating. See here   Food addiction help