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www.psychologytoday.com/blog/inside-out/201309/emotional-eating-5-reasons-you-can-t-stop

Sep 18, 2013 ... Most people think emotional eating is due to lack of self-control. ... I've often asked people what they would have to feel if they did not binge or overeat and the ... it to eat, but when we're hungry and tired we're not on our A game. ..... for people, but food, in the moment, does, it's understandable that some ...

www.cnn.com/2012/10/03/living/real-simple-emotional-eating/index.html

Oct 3, 2012 ... Some experts say no. ... Frequent, heavy emotional eating can be a serious issue . ... physically vulnerable to these triggers—for example, during periods of stress. ... with comfort, says Michelle May, M.D., the founder of the Am I Hungry? ... showed that people consume more in a group than they do alone, ...

www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/03/why-we-keep-overeating-and-what-we-can-do-about-it/253906

Mar 7, 2012 ... Learning what the common triggers for eating too much food are and ... of overeating is this: We have an innate drive to eat in response to ... Not only do our bodies set off the hungry signal when energy stores are ... EMOTIONAL EATING ... Many people have used food to cheer themselves up at some point ...

www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/why-stress-causes-people-to-overeat

Feb 1, 2012 ... Epinephrine helps trigger the body's fight-or-flight response, a revved-up ... Some research suggests a gender difference in stress-coping behavior, ... How much cortisol people produce in response to stress may also factor into ... "Can Relaxation Training Reduce Emotional Eating in Women with Obesity?

eatingdisorder.org/eating-disorder-information/underlying-causes

Some of the genes that have been identified to contribute to eating disorders are ... disorder are vulnerable to overeating when they are hungry, and why people who ... and excessive exercise often develop in response to emotional pain, conflict, ... other triggers to exacerbate or maintain the illness, they do not cause eating ...

personalexcellence.co/blog/signs-of-emotional-eating

This is part 4 of my 6-part series on emotional eating, the perversion of food in ... the only trigger – happiness, sadness, among other emotions can be triggers too) . ... in response to emotions, to massively overeating in response to emotions, ... Some people might argue that it's perfectly okay to eat in response to an emotion.

www.anred.com/causes.html

predispose some people to anxiety, perfectionism, and obsessive- ... and overeating can activate brain chemicals that produce feelings ... in sugar, fat, and calories — seem to calm the body's response ... They turn it against themselves by starving or stuffing. ... At the same time, there are high expectations of achievement

www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-sugar-and-fat-trick-the-brain-into-wanting-more-food

Jan 1, 2016 ... “A lot of overeating, maybe all of the eating people do beyond their energy needs , is based on consuming some of ... brain that contains nerve cells that both trigger the production of and ... Consequently, the brains of overeaters demand a lot more sugar and fat to reach the same threshold of pleasure as ...

www.lifexcelcarolina.com/behavior-coaching

But if we can help you take control of how you think and respond to various ... Overeating or refusing to eat in response to stress, boredom, grief or unhappiness ... some people starve themselves in response to the same emotional triggers?

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