How to Control Emotional Eating
Nothing is more likely to throw a monkey wrench into a diet or weight loss program than emotional eating — the powerful urge to turn to food for comfort. You may be dealing with a difficult life situation, you may be generally stressed, you may be looking for a way to stay occupied and calm your mind, and food may seem like a refuge.
The problems with emotional eating are two fold: you tend to eat too much, and you tend to crave sweet, high-fat foods. What’s the solution? There’s plenty you can do to beat the comfort-food trap and regain control of your weight-loss program.
The Way You Feel, the Way You Eat
Eating becomes “emotional eating” when you consume food to counteract uncomfortable feelings. Those feelings can span the whole spectrum from being flat bored to nagging financial worries, to grieving over a serious personal loss. If you’re trying to lose or control your weight, life can hand you many triggering situations that make it seem almost impossible to stay away from the calorie-heavy foods that temporarily offer solace. Those situations can include:
-Fatigue and boredom
-Stress at work
-Dealing with bad weather
-Family and relationship difficulties
Emotional stress makes some people want food less. But if you’re more likely to respond with food cravings, you may well find yourself getting into a pattern of impulsive bingeing, where you hastily eat whatever is around, sometimes hardly tasting it. The connection between negative feelings and eating can become so automatic that you may find yourself eating without really realizing you’re doing it.
The distracting quality of eating can also lead to bad habit patterns. While we’re eating, we don’t have to deal with anything else – so we turn to food again and again to avoid facing our problems.
Emotional eating can trap the aspiring weight-loser on a circular loop: guilt over “falling off the diet wagon”, eating more to assuage the guilt, then more guilt.
How to take control and get back on your program successfully.
Get a grip on emotional eating by following these tips to help you lose weight in a healthy manner:
-Stress management. If it’s stress that gets you opening the refrigerator, get serious about something like meditation, relaxation techniques, or yoga.
-Ask yourself: am I actually hungry? If your last food was only a few hours ago and your stomach isn’t rumbling, the answer is probably no. Don’t head for the kitchen, but let the craving sensation pass. It will.
-Keep track of what you eat with a food diary. Record what, when, and how much you eat, and also what your emotional state is and how hungry you feel. You may see links between feelings and cravings becoming clear.
-Support is important. Family, friends, a support group, can all give you the backing you need in dealing with your problems.
-Be interested! Boredom can be as much of a trigger as stress, so don’t counteract it with snacks. Instead, do something that engages your mind – go online, call a friend, read – or your body – take a walk, exercise, pull out your bike – or both.
-Keep those diet-busting comfort foods out of your house if you can. And don’t shop for groceries when you’re feeling sad or mad; wait until you’re calmer.
-Don’t go in for severe self-deprivation. The ultra-strict approach to losing weight, which may include too few calories per day, a very limited range of foods, and no treats at all, is counterproductive for emotional eaters since it can increase cravings, and potentially unhealthy to boot. You need variety in your diet to counter the cravings, and a treat every once in a while is helpful, too.
-If you snack between meals, do it the healthy way. Unbuttered popcorn, veggies with a no-fat dip or dressing, fresh fruits. You can also experiment with lower-cal, lower-fat equivalents of some of your favorite comfort snacks.
-Sleep is important. Physical tiredness often triggers unnecessary eating as the body signals it needs an energy boost. Try napping instead of eating, or re-think the amount of sleep you’re getting.
-Consider therapy. You may try many self-help methods but still feel like you’re at the mercy of your emotional eating. A professional therapist can guide you toward understanding why you eat the way you do, and teach new behavioral management skills. Therapy can also reveal eating disorders, which sometimes are linked to emotional eating. Don’t punish yourself if you’ve had an emotional eating episode. You’ll stay off the guilt/eating treadmill by being forgiving with yourself. Tomorrow is a new day, so start fresh: think calmly about the episode, learn from it, and plan out a way to prevent a similar one in the future. Be clear in your own mind about the vital changes you’re making in your relationship with food, and give yourself a pat on the back about the good things you’re doing for your future life and health.
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Australian Research Studies Perceptions of Obese Persons
People who are very obese are less likely to believe they’ll be able to lose their weight than those who are mildly to moderately obese. That’s the finding of a study of over 100 obese Australians this year, the first of this kind conducted in that country. The interview-based research sought to understand how clinically overweight persons perceived their relationship to their weight and possibility of weight loss. It was led by Monash University and paid for by an Australian Research Council grant.
The participants whose Body Mass Index (BMI) of 40 or more – that is, severely obese – felt that they and their bodies were at war, and held themselves responsible for their condition, according to the the study’s co-author, Dr. Samantha Thomas, Head of Monash University’s Consumer Health Resource Group.
“Severely obese individuals felt an urgent and desperate need to lose weight, but felt completely powerless to do so,” said Dr. Thomas. “Most felt worried and scared about the potential health consequences of their weight. Most felt blamed and ashamed by public health and education campaigns about obesity, which did little to actually help them address their weight.”
The results were different for those who were categorized as mildly to moderately obese. Dr. Thomas said that they realized their weight was significantly above normal, but didn’t feel it necessary to reduce for health or reasons of emotional well-being.
According to Dr. Thomas, “Those individuals with a BMI between 30 and 40 believed they could lose weight if they needed to, but did not feel this was an urgent health priority as most felt physically healthy. “Most of the study participants in this category deliberately sought to distance themselves from public health messages about obesity and the word obesity because of the social stigma attached to the condition. They also stigmatized those who were bigger than themselves.”
Public health messages and healthy weight loss aren’t reaching the people who most need to be reached, concluded Dr. Thomas. “The campaigns don’t seem to be having much of an effect. Those in the mild-moderately obese category said their weight creates feelings of social isolation or discrimination, yet don’t fully understand the health risks associated with the extra kilos.”
“In contrast, people with a significant weight issue realised they were at an extremely high risk of disease but didn’t feel they could change. Further confirmation that the stigma and social stereotyping associated with obesity — including from government campaigns — is vastly impacting on individuals’ beliefs and behaviours.
“Society’s attitudes need to change, governments need to refocus health messages and we need to accept obesity as a serious health issue that addresses a person’s well-being not just the added weight.”
Eighteen percent of Australian adults are estimated to be clinically obese, with a BMI of 30 or more. Two percent of these fall into the severe (BMI of 40 or more) category. This is a small percentage of the obesity total, but studies, both in Australia and in other countries, are showing that severe obesity is increasing twice as fast as obesity generally.
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Diet Plus Exercise Advised for Healthy Weight Loss After Pregnancy.
A recent review of several trials indicates that women who want to return to pre-pregnancy weight after giving birth do better with a combination of exercise and dieting than with either alone.
Weight gain is natural and healthy during pregnancy, and many women find that the extra poundage drops off gradually after childbirth. However, a significant number of women retain much of the new weight, a possible contributor to obesity rates in females. Many different programs and regimes are promoted in the media for women anxious to lose weight and regain their pre-pregnancy figures.
The Cochrane Systematic Review considered results from weight loss six trials, in which a total of 245 women took part. The participants in exercise-only trials did not have better weight loss results than women who had standard post-childbirth care. But weight loss was improved in those women who were in trials that combined exercise and diet control.
A gradual return to pre-pregnancy body weight is important to overall health. Women who have gone back to their pre-pregnant weight within six months after childbirth are less likely to be overweight ten years later. According to Amanda Amorim, an epidemiologist working in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the advantages of a diet-plus-exercise program are multiple. “As well as helping weight loss, exercise has the added advantage of improving the women’s cardiovascular fitness and preserves fat-free mass … [whereas] dieting alone reduces fat-free mass.”
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Research Shows Human Body Resists Weight Loss
The human body is inherently resistant to losing weight. That’s the finding of research presented to an international obesity convention by Dr. Neil King of Queensland (Australia) University of Technology and the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation (IHBI).
Dr. King’s two weight loss studies followed induced energy deficits in two groups of overweight subjects. They clearly showed the “plateau effect”, the phenomenon of weight loss stalling after an initial period of dropping pounds. “The ‘plateau effect’ has been known about for some time and weight management consultants recommend longer exercise times, higher intensity or cross training to combat it,” he said. “But these studies show that a plateau in body weight occurs even in the face of a continued negative energy balance.”
The first study group of 30 obese persons of both sexes participated in an exercise-only weight loss program with five controlled, laboratory-based exercise sessions per week. The second group was of men only using a commercial program that combined diet counseling and exercise. Dr. King explained, “In the first study, the subjects’ energy deficit was caused by exercise only which was fixed and imposed, in contrast to the second study where subjects used diet and exercise to lose weight but chose how much they did of each.”
The first group’s weight loss during the first 8 weeks was an average of 3 kg, then it “plateaued”, with much smaller rate of loss at .7 kg during the following 4 weeks. The second, less controlled group experienced a varied rate of weight loss but it too hit a plateau.
Dr. King noted, “There appears to be little at this stage to predict the onset, duration and frequency of the plateau. My research now aims to identify and characterise mechanisms responsible for our inbuilt weight loss resistance.” He said that ancestral human energy balance mechanisms evolved to deal with periods of shortage and famine,”not the current obesogenic environment which enforces inactivity and a plentiful food supply.”
His research results were presented in 2006, to the Physical Activity and Obesity Satellite Conference of the International Congress on Obesity (ICO2006) in Brisbane and at the International Conference on Obesity in Sydney.
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Child Deaths from Measles and Diarrhea Reduced by Vitamin Supplements
Refuting recent controversies about vitamin A supplement programs for children in developing countries, a new study by researchers at Cochrane finds that vitamin A supplements clearly lower the death toll from childhood measles and diarrhea
Diets deficient in vitamin A are common in many countries with low and middle-range per capital income levels. The effects of deficiency can include various impairments of physical function and increased vulnerability to blindness, infections, and early death. The World Health Organization (WHO) promotes the use of A supplementation and children.
The Cochrane study reviewed 43 trials with a total of 215,633 children aged between six months and five years. With the exception of one trial, all those reviewed administered the WHO-recommended standard dose capsules. The overall result was a reduction in the risk of death from any cause of 24% for the vitamin recipients when compared to either placebos or normal medical treatment without vitamin A. Expanded to a global scale, this amounts to saving almost a million vitamin A-deficient children’s lives in a year.
This review indicates that vitamin A supplement programs in developing countries may owe much of their live-saving effect to lowering the rates of diarrhea and measles. “Giving vitamin A is associated with a reduction in the incidence of diarrhea and measles, as well as the number of child deaths due to these diseases,” said Zulfiqar Bhutta, Chairman of the Division of Women and Child Health at Aga Khan University in Karachi, Pakistan, who was senior reviewer on the Cochrane project. “However, the effects of supplementation on disease pathways are not well understood, so this could be a focus for further studies.”
A strong recommendation for continuing vitamin A supplement programs for children up to 5 years of age was issued by the Cochrane researchers. They acknowledge that such programs are not a permanent or complete solution to the vitamin A-poor diets in many countries. “Fortification, dietary diversification, food distribution programs and horticultural developments such as home gardening and bio-fortification may provide more permanent relief,” Dr. Bhutta said. “For example, vitamin A content could be increased in staples such as rice or growers may aim to promote use of foods such as orange sweet potato.”
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Choosing to focus more on what we eat over why we eat, may be the reason some of us don’t lose weight even when we try eating healthier and increase our exercise.
Time again we see perfectly successful dieters fall back into a conveyor belt-like cycle of reaching for foods that temporary satiate them-like sweets and chips-depending on their mood. One cannot hope to change their eating habits, even when progressing on a healthy eating regiment, if they haven’t learned other ways of coping with their emotions.
“The problem that we’re trying to address is that the success rates for long-term weight loss are not as good as we would like them to be,” says Edie Goldbacher, a postdoctoral fellow at CORE. “Emotional eating may be one reason why people don’t do as well…”
If one can do as Dr. Goldbacher suggests, and face their emotions they might be able to rethink their mental responses and alter emotional eating.
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A recent comparison study that measured results from two popular weight loss diets ended in a “tie” for allowing the subjects to drop a significant number of pounds. But it was the low-carbohydrate diet that also brought down the participants’ blood pressure, giving better results than the weight loss drug orlistat. The research was performed at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center and the Duke University Medical Center. The study was funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
This is an important finding for those who are battling with both overweight and hypertension. William S. Yancy, Jr., MD, lead author of the study (published in the Jan. 25, 2010 Archives of Internal Medicine), and an associate professor of medicine at Duke, stated, “If people have high blood pressure and a weight problem, a low-carbohydrate diet might be a better option than a weight loss medication.”
He elaborated, “It’s important to know you can try a diet instead of medication and get the same weight loss results with fewer costs and potentially fewer side effects.”
Dr. Yancy says that the range of health issues presented by the 146 participants – high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol and arthritis – made this study particularly interesting and important. “Most participants in weight loss studies are healthy and don’t have these problems,” he said. “In fact they are often excluded if they do.”
On average, both diet groups lost almost 10% of their body weight, a level “not many studies are able to achieve” according to Yancy. He feels that the 48 weeks of group counseling is the reason for this outcome. The toleration of orlistat proved less a problem than anticipated. As long as the low-fat regime was carefully followed, as promoted by the counseling program, the drug’s side effects can be significantly reduced. Also, the two diets did equally well at improving cholesterol and glucose levels in the participants.
The big surprise, Yancy explained, was the marked difference in the blood pressure results. Forty-seven percent — almost half — of the low-carb regime patients were either able to decrease their blood pressure medications or were able to stop taking them altogether. Only 21% of the low-fat/orlistat participants had their medication reduced. The low-carbohydrate group also showed significant drops in systolic blood pressure in contrast to the low-fat group.
The physiological mechanism behind this blood pressure improvement is not clear, accoreding to Dr Yancy. He said, “While weight loss typically induces improvements in blood pressure, it may be that the low-carbohydrate diet has an additional effect.” Future studies will likely be needed to explore the nature of the effect.
Yancy stressed the impact made by counseling for any weight loss regime to be successful. “It is clear now that several diet options can work, so people can be given a choice of different ways to lose weight. But more importantly, we need to find new ways to help people maintain their new lifestyle.”
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A study recently published in the UK finds that laser acupuncture therapy for treating addictions like smoking can produce side effects, which are similar to some of the withdrawal symptoms quitters experience without laser treatment. Although scientific testing of this therapy in the US has not been pursued as much as it has abroad, the FDA has classified the kind of laser used in acupuncture as a “nonsignificant risk” device. The laser’s most notable side effect is relaxation during the treatment.
Official FDA approval of this therapy may be coming fairly soon. The government has had an approval application from one laser manufacturer for over three years. This company currently provides its lasers to facilities who are conducting clinical trials of laser treatments for smoking cessation. One delay factor may be that the FDA has previous experience only with drugs used for tobacco cessation, not with purely technological therapies.
Of course, laser therapy’s drug-free approach is one of its most important advantages. The risk of distressing drug-related mental and emotional side effects, like suicidal thoughts and episodes of paranoia, is eliminated. But as with other quitting therapies, the smoker has to be truly ready to stop smoking, or laser treatment will prove ineffective.
In a recent interview, Dr. Martha Daviglus, a specialist in preventative medicine at Northwestern University, emphasized that the patient’s readiness to quit is the prime factor is success or failure.
She stated, “There are hundreds of methods to quit smoking. We can hope that this is going to be a method that is going to help people. We need more research and more evidence in the US at this time, even though European studies have shown benefits.”
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Doctors Weight In On Laser Treatments for Non Smoking
Doctors all over the world over are telling their patients who are addicted to smoking to go to the light!
A low-level laser treatment takes smokers through their withdrawals from nicotine and slowly conditions their psyche with boosting endorphin production. Alleviating stress this way enables the addicted to give up nicotine easier through a painless natural method.
Rather akin to acupuncture treatments, a low level laser, very much like a light bulb is applied to a patient’s wrists, face and ears, the energy points on the body most associated with smoking addiction. Released endorphins battle the intense addiction of smoking and this safe treatment is being championed by doctors everywhere. Those same doctors though caution that the patient’s application of a monitored vitamin regiment and nutrition counseling is helpful with a professional.
As with all things with our health, what we out in to our bodies effects whatever treatment or therapies we engage in. Better health is synergistic.
FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions) Answered About Laser Therapy To Stop Smoking
The modern method of breaking smoking addiction through laser therapy is non invasive and affective. Many patients report great results with the low level of light used to encourage their endorphins, finding more effectiveness than using a patch or other methods they’ve tried to stop smoking. I will answer your questions about this ultra-new procedure.
Is the cost covered by medical insurance?
Presently, laser therapy to stop smoking is not covered by insurance plans. But considering the average smoker is spending $7 per pack, over the course of one month laser treatments will pay for themselves…and you will become healthier! The laser treatment procedure is 100% tax deductible though.
Is the process safe?
100% safe! Laser therapy is painless and drug-free. The therapy is an external procedure laser application to a person’s skin; patients feel nothing more than a warm, pulsating sensation.
How long does it take?
A session usually lasts about one half hour, but the length of treatment depends on the level of each person’s smoking addiction. Most people see some success from that first session, yet the number of laser sessions required varies from person to person.
How effective is “Laserpuncture” for smoking cessation?
Success rates in clinical trials show a 55%-66% success rate. Clients’ results are higher than alternatives like the nicotine patch, nicotine gum, cold turkey, stop smoking pills, hypnosis, etc. There is always a degree of self responsibility when overcoming any addiction and a protocol of supplements, diet and therapy is recommended in addition to the laser therapy.
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A Great “Suggestion”
Hypnosis can’t make anyone do anything that they couldn’t be persuaded to do normally. That goes for smokers, too. Hypnosis can be used to place the suggestion to quit in the mind, but the person has to want to quit, and be prepared to quit. Otherwise hypnosis is useless.
Don’t worry about those old notions about hypnotists making their subjects caper like monkeys or quack like ducks. They were always nonsense. What hypnosis does is establish the conviction in your subconscious mind that you are not a smoker.
The key usefulness of the hypnotic state is to get past your everyday waking consciousness, by promoting deep relaxation. At that deeper level, the brain is very open to receiving new ideas, without any pre-conceptions getting in the way. However if you’re not really ready to quit, your “normal” conscious pattern of thinking may well prevent the relaxation techniques from taking effect.
Anyone Can Be a Good Hypnotic “Subject”
Despite the images in thriller films and TV shows, it’s not true that some people can’t be hypnotized. Anyone can learn how to go through the guiding imagery and verbal suggestion that leads to that deep relaxation which allows the subconscious mind to open up. There’s nothing “weird” about this mental state, really – it often happens spontaneously, as when driving along a quiet, familiar route, or doing other no-stress, routine things: a timeless state of relaxation. Hypnotherapy uses that state purposefully to help smokers quit.
You may want to investigate the many self-hypnosis materials specifically designed for quitting smoking available on CDs, tapes, and DVDs. You listen to and/or watch a hynotherapist/hypnosis leading you into the relaxed state and place suggestions in your mind that you are a non-smoker. These programs are recommended by many hypnotherapists who offer programs – often in group therapy settings – for quitting smoking, as the home environment and immediate availability of the recorded materials can be a great help for a quitter who needs on-the-spot reinforcement.
If you do opt to go to a hynotherapist/hypnosis once you decide to give up smoking, find out first whether they are certified. The certified therapist’s level of training will make it much more likely that your therapy will work.
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