If you're not meeting your basic needs, it's more likely that you'll eat to compensate for your lack of self-care.
So, it's important to tend to the following areas so you can leave emotional eating behind you.
Are you getting enough sleep? If not, you're probably low on energy. Naturally, people believe a lack of sleep can be corrected by eating more, but the truth is that eating will make you feel even more tired and lethargic.
Here are my top 5 suggestions on getting a good night's sleep that will also help you get in touch with your body:
Life can get busy, and when it gets busy, it can be overwhelming.
Try to balance these areas: work, play, movement, rest, relationships and family time.
Feeding Yourself Adequately
Food also affects our energy levels. If you're going without food for long periods, you're not getting the energy you need to perform at your best. Taking the time out of your day to eat isn't a waste of time; it's self-care. Eating enough fats, carbohydrates and proteins during the day will provide you with the clarity, energy and focus you need to get through your day.
Life can be stressful for many reasons:
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