Causes grief, overwhelm, sadness, fear, anxiety, anger and frustration are often responsible for not only stress but the hormones. Unfortunately many people aren’t aware of hidden or accumulated stress and even when they are aware of it, they find that it can be difficult to resolve or release it.
Mindful, is a critical first step. Finding a way to release the stress is the next step in order to heal fully and end "negative pathways" this = emotional eating.
Causes of Stress
- Unresolved issues
- Physical and mental strain
- Excessive exercise
- Lack of Sleep (quality)
- Low blood sugar and poor eating choices
- Food sensitivities
- Toxicity (lack of proper elimination)
- Exhaustion not relieved by sleep
- Light headed when standing or sitting up too quickly
- Chronic allergies/sensitivities
- Cravings for salty foods
- Easily startled by noises
- Excessive anxiety or panic
Stress is something so many are experiencing day to day, and stress can take many forms. We may be stressed about money, our jobs, relationships, communication weaknesses or lack of any or all of these things. We may even be eating and exercising in a way that actually increases our stress as well. Overwhelming fatigue and unexplained weight gain even though many of them feel that they are eating a relatively healthy diet, exercising and doing everything “right.” Few however know that stress in any form, whether known or unknown can cause weight gain.
Determine causes of stress making you fatigued, depressed, have food cravings and gain weight?
Emotional Eating & Weight Gain & 3 Keys to Resolution
The most typical contributors to stress are:
Here are some of the most common symptoms / adrenal exhaustion:
Inability to lose weight even when exercising and eating well
Resolving Emotional Stress
#1 Knowing where to look Mindfulness
#2 Releasing the emotional stress (communication-talking to self- action steps)
#3 Making adjustments in diet, exercise, sleep and other lifestyle changes that are needed.
Would you like to learn more about how you can release the stress that contributes to weight gain?