Sometimes it happens when you're angry, or studying for an exam... Emotionally taxing situations that drive us, sometimes subconsciously, to the snack drawer or pantry.
Stress eating usually happens when we want to 'disconnect' from a moment, reset our brain or distract & comfort ourselves from a situation we may be facing.
We sat down with Psychologist Ms Asha Langdon to discuss the Topic of Stress Eating.
According to Asha, the most important thing is to determine the cause of your behavior. This is the first step in implementing a workable solution.
Ms Asha Langdon is a Counseling Psychologist and Director of the Children & Family Psycho-educational Counseling Services. If you or someone you know needs assistance in managing stress feel free to contact her at 1- 868 - 349-1055, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.