Combat Binge Eating Discovering Emotional Triggers
Have you ever stopped to evaluate what it takes to eat compulsively?
That's right: we eat, or rather, we swallow with food anger, fears, sadness, loneliness, loneliness, and we do not even realize how harmful this is to our body. In the vast majority of the time, we have even gone ill, we feel grief, headache, malaise, but we do not even think about the reason for these events.
When we stop to reflect on this behavior, we realize that the food serves as a way of amortizing what we do not really want to see, or even resolve, whether through fear, belief, or not to cope with what bothers us.
How to get rid of binge eating?
Does it look facing what is not right in our lives is not the solution to many of our eating behaviors?
In the process of noting what you eat and what you feel, you end up seeing that we eat for a variety of reasons - which neither hunger nor is always present.
The difficulty of saying "no" is one of the factors that generate stress situations, and we hardly have the internal conditions to solve this way of behaving. Learning to confront situations that put us at a standstill is a good way to avoid stress and swallow more food than would be necessary to nurture. On the contrary, we end up nourishing ourselves with anger, dissatisfaction, which damages our physical and emotional health.
To avoid using food as a substitute to ease your discomfort, resort to a plan of action that will bring you comfort internal, without doing harm to oneself. Whenever you detect discomfort in yourself, you can use your strategic plan to alleviate your problems, avoiding self-destructive behaviors that can lead to being overweight and obese.
Assertive behaviors in our life help us walk a path respect with ourselves. This means that when we say "no" when necessary, we expose our way of thinking and do not let problems bother us, we are reaching emotional maturity, knowing how to solve life situations at the right times and not carrying the weight of something that will only bother .
Giving yourself the right to present yourself, or to perform pleasurable activities, is also an assertive attitude. Try to divert attention from day-to-day problems and enjoy pleasant moments, be it with family, with friends or even alone. When we engage in activities such as language lessons, ballroom dancing, model airplanes, patchwork and embroidery, we turn our attention from food to something that gives us pleasure. This balances the stress we feel during the day and gifts us smartly.
Now you can put the above tips into practice, proving that you can and can bypass the emotional triggers that lead you to eat, saying no to that pleasure , generating other pleasures that will fuel your life.
Patients with mild obesity, ie with Body Mass Index (BMI) between 30 and 35 and a history of type 2 diabetes for 15 years or less can participate in a coordinated survey by Dr. Ricardo Cohen, coordinator of the Center for Obesity and Diabetes at the Oswaldo Cruz German Hospital, current chair of the Consultative Council of the Brazilian Society of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery and My Life specialist.
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