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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?

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. ... people what they would have to feel if they did not binge or overeat and the ...

www.eatlikeanormalperson.com/how-to-stop-binge-eating

Oct 23, 2016 ... I am free of the urge to binge and the desire to compulsively overeat – and ... ' Emotional eating', compulsive eating and binge eating disorder can and does get cured. .... it in great detail, when it comes to causes, they are less certain. ... a frequent “proximal trigger” among people with binge-eating disorder.

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

Some of the genes that have been identified to contribute to eating disorders are ... of semi-starvation have been shown to trigger obsessive behavior around food, ... why people who develop binge eating disorder are vulnerable to overeating ... and excessive exercise often develop in response to emotional pain, conflict, ...

www.anred.com/causes.html

predispose some people to anxiety, perfectionism, and obsessive- ... with no family history of that disorder to develop it themselves. ... 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.

www.sciencenewsforstudents.org/article/eating-disorders-brain%E2%80%99s-foul-trickery

Sep 24, 2014 ... In some people this can spiral into an eating disorder. ... girl overeating ... to deliberately starve themselves, often while exercising too much. Bulimia ... Even just the basic process of eating can be overwhelming and can trigger anxiety, he says. .... to one's surroundings and generating emotional responses.

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

Mar 7, 2012 ... All of these triggers can easily lead to overeating -- and overweight. ... Many people have used food to cheer themselves up at some point in life, ... Emotional stress plays perhaps the best-known role in the urge to overeat. ... the stress response, is overactive in some people during times of stress, and could ...

www.mentalhelp.net/blogs/eating-disorders-self-mutilation-and-unexpressed-emotions-a-deadly-relationship

Dec 27, 2006 ... Anorectics starve themselves to prove how good they are. ... While the reaction to having purged is usually disgust and a feeling of shame, there is ... It is not unusual for some people suffering from eating disorders to engage in ... The self- harm can occur in the form of cutting and self-mutilation with a razor, ...

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

Jan 1, 2016 ... Junk foods can muddle the brain's satiety-control mechanism, sending ... change brain chemistry in a way that drives some people to overconsume. ... “A lot of overeating, maybe all of the eating people do beyond their energy ... demand a lot more sugar and fat to reach the same threshold of pleasure as ...

eating-disorders.org.uk/information/compulsive-overeating-binge-eating-disorder

People who describe themselves as compulsive eaters feel that they cannot ... overeating are much the same thing and the differences between them do not ... “ Expert” Definitions of Binge or Compulsive Overeating include some or all of the .... clearly shows that people who eat compulsively are often triggered by mood ...