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Recover from Eating Too Much

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#Try to relax. After eating a large meal try not to give yourself a hard time. It’s very common to overeat occasionally, especially at big occasions such as holidays and birthdays. Try to relax and allow your body to get on with digesting the food. Follow a quick walk and a cup of ginger tea with some time spent just relaxing on the sofa.[[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
#Try to relax. After eating a large meal try not to give yourself a hard time. It’s very common to overeat occasionally, especially at big occasions such as holidays and birthdays. Try to relax and allow your body to get on with digesting the food. Follow a quick walk and a cup of ginger tea with some time spent just relaxing on the sofa.[[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
#*If you need to distract yourself, try reading or watching a movie.
 
#*If you need to distract yourself, try reading or watching a movie.
#Do some stretches. One way to try to relax after a big meal and stabilise your system is to perform some simple [[Do Yoga|yoga]] stretches.<ref>https://ift.tt/2WQpDsl> Some gentle stretching can help calm your body and ease digestion. Start by sitting on the floor in with your legs crossed, and then slowly turn to your left and hold. Take five deep breaths and then turn your body back to the centre. Twist to your right, hold, and take five deep breaths.<ref>https://ift.tt/2UAURRn>[[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 6.jpg|center]]
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#Do some stretches. One way to try to relax after a big meal and stabilise your system is to perform some simple [[Do Yoga|yoga]] stretches.<ref>https://ift.tt/2WQpDsl> Some gentle stretching can help calm your body and ease digestion. Start by sitting on the floor in with your legs crossed, and then slowly turn to your left and hold. Take five deep breaths and then turn your body back to the centre. Twist to your right, hold, and take five deep breaths. [[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 6.jpg|center]]
 
#*Do this a few times, but don’t push too hard. Keep the movements slow and controlled and concentrate on your breathing.
 
#*Do this a few times, but don’t push too hard. Keep the movements slow and controlled and concentrate on your breathing.
 
#Cut out carbohydrates from your next meal. If you have eaten a large meal that contained a significant amount of carbohydrates, you can help avoid storing too much of that as fat, but cutting the carbs out of your next meal. For example, if you have a big meal in the evening, have a carbohydrate-free breakfast in the morning.<ref>http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/herve9.htm</ref>[[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 7.jpg|center]]
 
#Cut out carbohydrates from your next meal. If you have eaten a large meal that contained a significant amount of carbohydrates, you can help avoid storing too much of that as fat, but cutting the carbs out of your next meal. For example, if you have a big meal in the evening, have a carbohydrate-free breakfast in the morning.<ref>http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/herve9.htm</ref>[[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 7.jpg|center]]
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#*No regular attempts to vomit after eating, as occurs in those who suffer from bulimia.
 
#*No regular attempts to vomit after eating, as occurs in those who suffer from bulimia.
 
#Consider the causes of Binge Eating Disorder. The exact causes of BED are unknown, but there are thought to be a number of potential contributory factors. It is thought that those who suffer from BED are often depressed, or have been depressed in the past. People struggling with their emotions sometimes binge eat, as do some people who are dieting, or skipping meals.[[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 9.jpg|center]]
 
#Consider the causes of Binge Eating Disorder. The exact causes of BED are unknown, but there are thought to be a number of potential contributory factors. It is thought that those who suffer from BED are often depressed, or have been depressed in the past. People struggling with their emotions sometimes binge eat, as do some people who are dieting, or skipping meals.[[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 9.jpg|center]]
#*There is also thought to be biological factor. The disorder can often appear in several members of the same family, and there may be a genetic influence.<ref>https://ift.tt/2xsXRre>
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#*There is also thought to be biological factor. The disorder can often appear in several members of the same family, and there may be a genetic influence.
 
#Seek help if you suspect you may suffer from BED. Lots of people overeat, and just because you do this doesn’t mean that you have an eating disorder. If you binge regularly or excessively, however, you should visit your doctor. It is especially important to do this if your eating is making you feel depressed, or impacting your physical or mental health.<ref>http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Binge-eating/Pages/Introduction.aspx</ref>[[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#Seek help if you suspect you may suffer from BED. Lots of people overeat, and just because you do this doesn’t mean that you have an eating disorder. If you binge regularly or excessively, however, you should visit your doctor. It is especially important to do this if your eating is making you feel depressed, or impacting your physical or mental health.<ref>http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Binge-eating/Pages/Introduction.aspx</ref>[[Image:Recover from Eating Too Much Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#*Your doctor will ask you about your eating habits and your general wellbeing.
 
#*Your doctor will ask you about your eating habits and your general wellbeing.


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