By Shelia Viers, Experience Life
“Emotional eating” refers to eating large quantities of food (usually comfort foods) due to feelings rather than hunger.
On occasion, this can be in response to feelings of happiness (i.e. when celebrating) but most often emotional eating is triggered by feelings of stress, boredom, anger, sadness, loneliness, anger, resentment, and anxiety.
Here are my top 8 ways to know if you are an emotional eater:
If you can relate to any of these, you are an emotional eater. Before, you feel despairÖ keep reading. Emotional eating is not necessarily a bad thing.
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