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Emotional Eating

Emotional eating — guidance for healthy change through the identification of specific emotional eating patterns and triggers

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Why do most dieters regain weight? They are emotional eaters!

 

Do you…

 

  • Try, but fail to lose weight and keep it off?
  • Feel out of control with your eating?
  • Eat when you’re not hungry?
  • Turn to food when you’re stressed or upset?
  • Use food as a source of pleasure or reward?
  • Binge eat or graze eat?
  • Feel ashamed of your eating?

 

If you answered yes to most of these questions, you may be an emotional eater.

What is your relationship goal with food?

As with any close relationship, there are always challenges. Here are some suggestions to help you get your relationship with food back on track:

 

  • Make it conscious
  • Make it intentional
  • Acknowledge that it will have ups and downs
  • Stop fighting it
  • Stop fighting yourself
  • Get help when you need it

 

If you are an emotional eater, we can help you.

Contact us today to learn more about treatment options for emotional eating.

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Hormonal imbalanceFood or product intolerance or sensitivityInsulin resistance or diabetesLow thyroid functionHereditary obesityElevated LDL cholesterolHigh BMIPolycystic Ovarian SyndromeHyperthyroidismIrregular menstrual cyclesPainful menstrual cyclesPremenstrual syndromeIrritable bowel syndromeAutoimmune disorder or disease

As it relates to my sleep patterns, I often (Select all that apply)
Get less than seven hours of sleep, two or more nights per weekHave trouble falling asleep at nightHave trouble staying asleep at nightNeed an alarm clock to wake up in the morningHave difficulty waking up in the morning and often feel like I need more sleepGet good sleep but still feel tired the next day more than once per week

On most days, I feel (Select all that apply)
TiredGreat but crash and burn toward the end of the dayIrritableUnable to focus or retain memory of certain things or tasksOverwhelmed or stressed outDisinterested in sexBloatedConstipatedUnusually coldSweatyDepressedHeartburn or indigestion

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