Menopause diet needs to be varied and balanced and inclusive of all food groups: dairy, protein, grains, fats, and fruits and vegetables. Some foods can aggravate menopausal symptoms, including high-fat meats, sweets, and alcohol, and must be consumed in moderation.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is based on the idea that negative thoughts influence emotions, which then shape behaviors. This approach proves particularly effective for emotional eating, where irrational thoughts trigger strong emotions, which, in turn, leads to eating to suppress these emotions.
Journaling for emotional eating is an effective self-help strategy that combines the art of writing with psychological introspection. This blend makes it a structured yet flexible way to dissect and understand the link between thoughts, feelings, and food choices. By engaging with journaling, understanding its impact, and applying tailored strategies we can help unmask the […]