End Binge Eating Disorders
Binge eating disorder can be defined as a prevalent eating disorder in which you often eat large amounts of food while you feel helpless to put an end to it and you are extremely distressed during or after eating. The occurrence of Binge eating disorder is attributed to late adolescence or in some cases early adulthood, often after a significant diet. Amid a binge, you can decide to eat even when you are not feeling hungry, and proceed to eat further even after feeling full. You can also binge so fast up to barely notice what you eat or taste. Unlike bulimia, however, there are no regular attempts to "make up" for the binges via natural body phenomena such as vomiting, fast and or excessive exercising.
5 ways how to control Binge eating disorder?
1. Get help.
You can find it very difficult to stop overeating without the help of an expert, especially if it's about deep emotional problems. However, working in tandem with a counselor can help you discover psychological triggers - such as a negative body image - that can motivate your behavior.
2. Run-through "intuitive eating."
Recovery from diet usually begins with the practice of "intuitive eating" or by listening to your hunger signals to find out what to eat, not outer dietary plans, etc. When listening, your body knows exactly what to eat at all times - you just need to start to respect and rely on these signals, which an excellent Intuitive Eating coach should help in accomplishing it.
3. Challenge your diet mentality.
As you listen to the body’s cravings for hunger signals for details on what to eat, this is considered to be super active in ensuring that you get sufficient food, and there is a need for you to be wary so that you don’t fall into the trap of the "hunger and fullness diet" which will backfire just like every other diet on the planet.
Finally, the rules and limitations in food are the real enemies of binge eating recovery, and the practice of "intuitive eating" can go so far if you are still struggling against the diet mentality hovering around it.
4. Take a break.
When you are in an eating mood, try to pause for a moment and ask yourself this question: Am I hungry? Most of the times, people are so focused on what they want to eat that they do not stop and wonder why they want to eat," May says. In the event that you have chosen food as a yardstick for coping, you may not be sensitive to the signals of hunger or satiety, and it is important to restore your consciousness to your body.
5. Changing of environment.
According to Hudnall, he says that “A habit is very often simply behavior that’s on autopilot. By slightly changing your environment, you can focus on your behavior and give you the opportunity to make a more useful decision. For example, Hudnall says: "If you always sit on a particular chair to eat, move it somewhere else in the room or sit somewhere else.
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