Why Do I Binge Eat All the Time
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Everyone loves eating and when the food is so juicier, saltier, sweeter, crunchier then it’s really hard to resist yourself. This is how people consume high-calorie food all the time and causes obesity, binge or emotional eating. New way to love food is to be more equitable and authentic but now-a-days, this has been changed.
Overcoming binge eating becomes impossible at times, despite of the fact when you know the importance of being healthy and fit. Not being able to resist those urges and temptations makes us end up buying boxes of donuts, ice-creams, cookies thereby eating everything all by ourself, consuming hundreds of calories in an hour. No one can deny the feeling that we get afterwards – “The Feeling of Immense Guilt”.
Binge Eating Disorder
Binging is such an uncontrollable or delirious activity that it can disturb the state of mind resulting from illness and characterized by restlessness, illusions, and incoherence of thought and speech. The excessive food habit becomes so strong that it makes us become ignorant about our self development.
- This is likely to be found in those who attempt to diet or who follow low or zero carb diet plan. But that cheat day moment, when you have that yummy cheesecake it just reverses all the effect. The insulin pump ups and then you get those incredibly intense sugar craving which makes the whole dieting process worse.
- Another I would say is change of state or emotional eating. If I am stressed, bored or overwhelming then going to food will gives me immediate comfort and sugar rush and resulting eating more than required.
There have been studies going on how to control this problem. Intermittent fasting is one way of calorie restriction but again insatiable cravings can occur any time of the day or night. It’s all about restraint. You can still eat whatever you want, but maybe not as much of it. A slice of that tempting pizza is OK, but the whole pizza isn’t.
Remember, self-treatment is only OK for less serious cases of binge behavior. If bingeing is continuously, negatively impacting your life—to the point where it causes distress or financial, social, or physical harm—therapy should be the first step.