Friday, 27 January 2012
How to Overcome Impulsive Eating
Have you ever experienced to eat a lot wherein you are in a particular place, time or in an activity This thing can happen within a five minute span and can also be set offs by anything. If it occurs to you, then you could be suffering from Impulsive eating and this is an eating disorder that can also be triggered by low self-confidence. These changes in the eating pattern can happen when a person afflicted is in a stressful episode and could be often times sick. People who suffer from this predicament has the impulsive urge to turn into self-indulgent and the only intention is to satisfy the urge to eat at the soonest possible time without thinking of the possible effect whether it could be bad or good. The desire is so strong that it is hard to beat and in the end will go for harmful foods instead of the healthy choice.
Internal and external factors when combine could also cause the growth of impulsive eating disorder. These factors are originated from a person’s social, family, psychology and genetics. A person suffering from psychiatric crisis is prone to develop weight disorder. Planning in advance, a person can set himself to build up willpower by telling himself that he will not be overpowered by the impulsive behavior. One must identify the conditions and the cause that set off the impulsive flash and slowly breaking it down into the root cause and taking control of it at the time it hit you rather than struggle with the nervousness of the attack. The initial step is to compel you to make a move that is unable to coexist with the impulsive feeling. If you have weight problem caused by impulsive eating, then it could be a severe eating disorder. One must work hard to become attentive to their emotions, attitudes and behaviors that add to the problem and also the subsequent effects. Remember that you should not see impulsive eating habit as a behavior that can be control easily if you want to. If your problem is serious, it is advisable to consider seeking professional help. The problem may need medical or psychiatric consideration and treatment. When you know that you have impulsive eating disorder, you should take the necessary action to be in command of the problem. You should have someone who can support, care and bear out your emotions without underlining your confidence. Understanding the psychological and emotional patterns that add and sustain the disorder, psychological counseling is needed. To manage the unaware impulses that activate the unnecessary behavior, nutrition must be undertaken and deal with and it should be done at all stage of your being. There are innovative ways in dealing with the crisis and must be efficiently set up and so does the other managing methods on other levels. Medical management and nutritional counseling must move towards to therapeutic form. The results may take time to achieve and there could be a chance that the involuntary nature of the problem will be easier said than done, but this does not equate that the whole scheme is not attainable.