Anxiety and depression can affect the way you eat – here’s how to cope

Anxiety and depression can affect the way you eat – here’s how to cope
 

It is common knowledge that our emotions and our stomachs are intricately linked.
When we are nervous or stressed our tummies churn, we get butterflies, we need to run to the loo more often.
But if you have a long-term or chronic mental illness, like anxiety or depression – the impact this can have on your appetite and nutrition can be significant.
I know my anxiety is peaking when my ability to eat healthily goes out the window.
Out of nowhere I will start craving exclusively beige, processed food – carbs, sugar and cheese become the staples of every meal. The thought of a piece of... read more

 
15 March 2019 in Lifestyle, Views: 27
Source: Metro
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