Here’s a list of the top 10 stress eating symptoms:
- You don’t take time for stress relief because you have too much to do
- You eat to reduce stress and pressure
- You eat too fast and crave carbohydrates
- The urge to eat comes on suddenly
- You feel the urge to eat when you have important projects to finish and you are running behind schedule
- You eat to cope with stress and reduce feelings of tension and pressure
- Work stress causes an increase in stress eating
- You eat in the state of “tense tiredness”
- You use food for stress relief, instead of exercise or other stress reduction techniques, because it’s easier.
- You’ve become used to coping with stress, so stress eating seems “normal”
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Psychologist, Master Certified Coach and Certified EFT Practitioner. She is one of the world’s leading experts in using Emotional Freedom Techniques to help people lose weight without dieting, stop binge eating, and reduce anxiety and stress. She is the author of 4 Books on Emotional Freedom Techniques, the EFT Tips Newsletter, the Binge Eating Teleseminar and the EFT Weight Loss CD. Carol has a thriving coaching practice and is passionate about helping others succeed.
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