Pandemic stress fuels eating disorders
Experts warn conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic are common triggers.
with mom's increasingly more stressed about balancing work from home, home schooling and more. Some women are more at risk for an eating disorder, according to the Eating Recovery Center, and type A personalities or perfectionist make the top of the list. Action ist IC characteristic somebody. It becomes the number one important thing that needs to happen that days. When individuals aren't able to exercise the way that they would like to, we often see that they may feel guilt that get angry, irritable they may feel the crest. That means sacrificing food, family and other daily needs in order to work out. Working out itself isn't normally a bad thing, since it can be a way to cope and reduce anxiety. But, like with anything too much is harmful. It can be used as a means of permission to eat. It can be used as a way to compensate for any food eaten. It can be used as a way oftentimes, really the only way or the primary way to reduce dress reduce anxiety, and it becomes a way for the individual to regulate their emotion.