Emotional eating is a common psychological problem, especially for women. Food is commonly used as a coping mechanism for sadness, depression, and anger; however, eating to suppress feelings not only sabotages efforts to lose weight, it eventually leads to weight gain and more depressed feelings.

Emotional eaters can get back on track if they figure out what triggers are causing their need to eat. Here’s how to Learn to stop emotional eating by identifying your triggers, learning to fight cravings, and finding more satisfying ways to feed your feelings.

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How to Manage Emotional Eating

See also here: Eating behaviors