Most experts would tell you that one of the main reasons a person resorts to overeating is because he or she is depressed. It has been researched and analyzed by a number of health experts as well as psychiatrists. For some people, depression can be a form of chemical imbalance in the brain while others are triggered by stress and unwanted intense emotions. If you have recently been under a huge amount of stress or have undergone a bad break up, then you might be prone to overeating depression.
Let's be honest. We all usually associate food in every emotional aspect of our lives. When we celebrate a holiday or a birthday, we party and put out food for everyone. When somebody succeeds or graduates, people also lay out tons and tons of food. So, it's not surprising that when a person is undergoing emotional stress or is going through a bout of depression, he or she starts overeating. This then develops into an eating disorder which in turn becomes overeating depression.
However, don't despair because there are treatments and self-help strategies that can kick start your way to reversing this effect of overeating depression. You only have to begin facing your emotions and your fear and begin using your energy against this eating disorder. The key is determination, discipline and the strength to say NO.
There are simple ways to battle overeating depression. You can begin by making a journal to really express your emotions and let lose the tirade against whatever or whoever it is that's causing you emotional stress. Once you write it down, you will immediately feel better and it will help you identify the core reason for the eating disorder. Pick out the ones you can easily deal with and enlist the help of a friend or a professional so that you can take the next step to healing.
Over eating depression can be overcome in time through discipline and hard work. All you have to do is to remind yourself that you no longer want to be in this position or state in your life. You want to get control back and you are not going to let anything stop you from achieving your goals.
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