We have all probably eaten far more than we needed to at some point. Perhaps it was overindulgence over the Christmas holidays, or even tucking into a whole tub of ice cream to console ourselves after a breakup. That kind of occasional overeating is nothing to be concerned about at all, and the worst effect that it will have on your health is that you will probably feel pretty sick afterwards and wish you hadn’t done it. For some people, though, consuming large amounts of food in a short period of time becomes a regular event and a thing that they can’t control, and that’s when binge eating is a problem that needs to be dealt with. Binge eaters often have a very low self-esteem and they hate themselves for their overeating, but, try as they might, they find it almost impossible to break the cycle of over indulgence. If you think that you have progressed from the occasional loss of self-control to regular, uncontrollable eating, red these ten tips on how to stop binge eating now.
1. Stop dieting
Binge eating is often triggered by dieting and people get into a cycle of binge eating and then dieting, over and over again. You need to move away from both the extremes of eating habits and learn to regulate your consumption of food. When you diet, you deny yourself many of the types of foods that you really enjoy, so the temptation will always be to make up for lost time when you come off the diet.
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