Tips To Overcome Binge Eating Disorder (Pt II)

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Here is the second part of tips to overcome binge eating disorder. This disorder is a psychological illness that needs immediate attention. If you are on your own, here is a list of things that you can do in order to beat it:

Yoga

Yoga is more than just a way to exercise or to burn some calories off. It is actually a great exercise choice that leads you to subscribe to healthier options in life. This activity helps encourage you to eat better and to get rid of emotional eating which is often a precursor for binge eating. There is also a study that revealed that the participants with binge eating disorder were able to reduce their cravings in just twelve weeks of yoga. Yoga also helps decrease the accompanying feelings of stress and anxiety that often comes with being a binge eater.

More Fiber

Fiber keeps you fuller for a longer period of time. That is because fiber moves very slowly through your digestive tract. It satiates your stomach better than any other food. It also prevents cases of overeating and it can cut your cravings. You van find fiber in vegetables, whole grains, and legumes.

Clean Your Kitchen

Tips To Overcome Binge Eating Disorder (Pt II)
Tips To Overcome Binge Eating Disorder (Pt II)

Eliminate your trigger foods from your kitchen cupboards by cleaning it out. Get rid of junk foods or sweetened snacks that make it easy for you to binge. Instead of those food options, try replacing them with healthier options like fruits or cereal. Swap out those candies and harmful foods for something that your body will thank you for. You can also go from protein-filled snacks as well as other nuts.

Physical Activity

Go to the gym. There are many benefits to being physically active. This is also proven to have great impacts in reducing your cravings to eat. There are numerous studies that serve as evidence to the effectivity of the gym in helping you stop binge-eating. There is also another study that says pairing this with therapy has massive effects in helping you conquer the disorder. The therapy is much more effective when paired with the gym than alone. If you are too anxious to be in the gym, you can try other ways to burn off calories like swimming, trekking, hiking, jogging, etc.

Eat Breakfast

Breakfast is a very important meal because it helps you stay fuller for longer. It prevents you from going hungry which might then lead you to relapse. Make sure to start off your day with a healthy breakfast meal. This will help you get a grip over your cravings and become better at controlling them.

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