Stress and eating can go hand and hand. Many people cope with stress in different ways. Eating can be a very unhealthy way to deal with stress if it is consistent and in large amounts. It can deviate one from regular exercise and lead to bad dietary habits.
The article, “Stress-eating: Five strategies to slow down” by Kelly Bilodeau states,
“Weight gain has many underlying causes but one of the most common is something we all experience: stress. Whether it’s the, mild temporary kind caused by a traffic jam or major and chronic, triggered by a traumatic life event — stress is no friend to your waistline”
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