5 Overeating Symptoms
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1. Edible obsession: This refers to a preoccupation with food, eating, or cooking that goes beyond normal interest. Individuals who experience
edible obsession may spend a significant amount of time thinking about food, planning meals, or seeking out new recipes, and may have difficulty
focusing on other aspects of life.
2. Rapid consumption: This refers to eating food at a faster pace than normal, often to the point of discomfort or feeling overly full. Rapid
consumption may be driven by a desire to consume more food before feeling full, or by a lack of awareness of hunger and fullness cues in the
3. Frequent snacking: This refers to the habit of eating small amounts of food throughout the day, often without regard to hunger or nutritional
needs. Frequent snacking may be driven by boredom, stress, or a desire for comfort or pleasure.
4. Guilty feelings: This refers to negative emotions that arise after overeating, such as guilt, shame, or self-criticism. Individuals who experience
guilty feelings may feel powerless to control their overeating and may have a negative self-image as a result.
5. Withdrawal symptoms: This refers to physical or emotional symptoms that arise when attempting to reduce or stop overeating. Withdrawal
symptoms may include irritability, anxiety, headaches, or cravings for certain foods, and may make it difficult to maintain healthy eating habits