We all stress at times. Whether it’s stress because of work, money, relationships or just the daily things you need to get done, there are always things that can get us down. How many times you hear someone say, “there’s no point stressing about it, it won’t change anything”. What stress can change is your eating habits and by that we mean dependency on comfort foods. Many females hit the chocolates hard in times of feeling down and men can down pints of beer after a hard stressful day at work.
Unfortunately, ‘fat deposits’ accumulated from a poor diet doesn’t know that you were stressed out. A bad diet will almost always lead to excess weight gain. There are some alternative ways to get your mind off stressful eating. The article points out to some useful ways to get your mind occupied. How do you deal with stress? Do you just turn to food, any sort of comfort food?
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