If you are eating when you are not hungry, if you hide what you eat from others, and if your obsession for food affects your social and professional life, most probably you are suffering from compulsive eating disorder. Food craving is not just for holidays. Many suffer from compulsive eating disorder. They are obsessed with food much similar to drugs or alcohol.
Food disorders could lead to depression, obesity-related diseases, and even breakup marriages and ruin family life. Some may even get ridiculed by friends and family for what they eat and the way they eat. So, why not take matters into your own hands and confront your craving for food.
Tools to control craving for food includes many steps. Learning to control the mind could leads to healthy body by controlling cravings. Many find it difficult to do it alone and fellowship of friends and family is a must to achieve better results. One also needs to learn accountability of his or her actions. Since it affects many people, examples of how others overcame the eating disorder are abundant. If learning it alone is hard, one can join a group or seek help and guidance from a professional to overcome the issue.