Night eating syndrome is said by some to be an eating disorder. Whether you agree with that or not is not important. What is important is that you recognise that you can chance this behaviour --- if you want to. Night eating may happen consciously or unconsciously. Some people know that night bingeing is a bad habit of theirs but they fall into those habits night after night. Others wake up in the morning to find that they’ve eaten during the night and have zero recollection of it. /p>
How to Stop Night Eating
Night Eating Syndrome, also known as NES, can happen for many reasons. What it all boils down to is the impact on your body. Perhaps you’ve become overweight and this can be attributed to your night binges. Perhaps you just find it incredibly unsettling to wake up in the morning and find that you’ve been eating in your sleep. Whatever the scenario is, NLP or neuro linguistic programming, is increasingly recognised as a valuable therapy in the quest to overcome night eating syndrome.Night Eating Syndrome Video
Our attitude about food is a big part of who we are. Many people who are overweight or who have eating disorders have an unhealthy attachment or detachment to food. Eating for comfort when upset or as a replacement for joy in your life can all take a toll. Those with eating disorders such as night bingeing, bulimia, anorexia, or addiction to exercise could benefit from changing their thought patterns with respect to food.
Self-Hypnosis – Self Help
Some who want to stop night eating or stop overeating at other times in the day will seek help from a registered hypnotherapist. This can be a great option and can help you take control over your eating and your weight. Some prefer to tackle this issue privately and in that case, there are NLP self help recordings that can assist you with changing your thought patterns and associated behaviour regarding food.
If night eating or another food-related issue is something you want to address, consider visiting Just Be Well online for night eating information. You can also learn more about eating and food disorders in general at the Self Help Recordings website, where you can find an assortment of recordings related to healthy eating.