Emotionally Eating? You Need a Self Care Toolbox

If you find yourself looking in the fridge or pantry at night and you aren't actually hungry take a pause. Take that moment to evaluate your emotions. Are you stressed? Are you tired? Are you bored? Are you sad? Emotional eating is a very common issue. When we feel some type of emotion like stress, anxiety, sadness, boredom, we need some way to cope with that feeling. A lot of times, we may turn to food as a coping mechanism. It is important to evaluate what will help you cope with that emotion for the long term. The problem with emotional eating is many times after we finish that snack or treat, the emotion is still there. I encourage my patients to come up with a self care toolbox that can

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