In daily life, we can find that not quite a few girls sometimes have the strongest cravings for food and turn to food for comfort, consciously or unconsciously, when they are at the weakest point emotionally. Usually, these girls have the practice of consuming large quantities of food in response to feelings instead of hunger, as a way to suppress or soothe negative emotions, such as stress, anger, fear, boredom, sadness and loneliness, which are triggered by major life events and the hassles of daily life. This kind of problem is called emotional eating which would accelerate the deterioration of negative emotions and destroy a health body. Chances are that the solution to this problem is difficult and complex, but the problem can be solved with some simple, creative ideas.
One possible solution to this problem is to eat on a regular schedule while learning to eat in accordance with physiological cues as opposed to emotional ones. Girls who are prone to emotional eating are most likely to reap the benefit of having a regular diet which does their health good. Besides they can learn to put food in its proper place and know that food is nourishment and one of joys of life. But girls are still unable to contend with emotional eating. They are stuck in it and cannot resist the strong urge for food although they are aware that emotional eating would bring bad things to them such as heart disease, obesity.
Other solutions may be to take away temptation or seek therapy. Most people would take it for granted that when there is no food available, and emotional eating is going to happen, girls would give up eating. But one’s strong urge is powerful and devastating. Girls would spare no effort to get some food or even in midnight they have to walk miles to find a grocery store which runs 24 hours. Perhaps it would be better to tell a therapy the problem and ask for help. This would to some extent allow girls to outlet the negative emotions...