Do you race to the pantry when you’re feeling anxious or depressed? Finding comfort in food and eating is common, and it’s part of a practice called emotional eating.
People who emotionally consume are trying to cover up past trauma or old negative habits because they want to suppress and soothe *negative feelings. They may even feel guilt or shame after eating this way, leading to a cycle of excess and binging and **disordered eating behaviors, like weight gain, insomnia and depression. This Hypno-Meditation is the beginning of ending this negative cycle and the first (#1) in the life-changing and powerful Hypno-Behavioral Weight Loss Program.
* NCBI research data & **Emotionally driven eating research
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