Stress Management and Emotional Eating
December 23 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
For a lot of people, disordered eating habits like binge eating revolve around emotional issues.
Stress and comfort eating are two examples of very common factors that affect disordered
eating. Finding ways to cope with stress and your emotions is necessary to prevent developing
a dangerous eating disorder. Many individuals find help by getting support from a behavioral
therapist to identify habits that lead to unhealthy eating behaviors and find the best ways to
Some reasons that people develop unhealthy eating habits as a way to manage stress include
comfort if you’re feeling sad, a reward for hard work, loneliness, or even because you see other
people doing it so you think it’s alright. Becoming aware of these triggers is the beginning of
learning to cope with them. Talking to a Behavioral Therapist to uncover how bad dietary habits
are forming and find healthy alternatives is a great step in the right direction but it’s not always
easy to reach out for help.
Disordered eating habits are often built up over years and are used to deal with very real needs.
Join us for our December workshop as we go over how to manage stress and prevent emotional
eating. We will talk about ways to determine you or someone you know has a problem with
unhealthy eating and the best ways to prevent bad habits from becoming an eating disorder.