Causes of Emotional Eating and Matched Treatment of Obesity.

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cortisol 4513 response of the HPA (hypothalamic pituitary adrenal) axis (a blunted instead of the typical elevated cortisol response to stress) [[], []].Poor Interoceptive Awareness, Alexithymia and Emotion DysregulationIt has
cortisol 7769 And though high emotional eaters have also been observed to respond to acute stress with increases in cortisol [[], []], Tomiyama et al. [[]] found that women who experienced chronic stress (because they were caregivers
cortisol 8155 chronic stress.The hypothesis that high emotional eaters with a blunted HPA axis stress activity (blunted cortisol stress response) would show the highest food intake after stress was indeed conformed in a study by
cortisol 8499 evidence that a blunted HPA axis stress response led to increased food intake. However, whether a blunted cortisol stress response is indeed a cause or rather a response to emotional eating is as yet unresolved [[]].
cortisol 8620 response is indeed a cause or rather a response to emotional eating is as yet unresolved [[]]. A blunted cortisol stress response has also been conceived as being secondary to emotional eating, as a result of adaptive
cortisol 21747 (see the review by Warren et al. ([[]], p. 277). Enhancing mindfulness was also shown to enhance the cortisol response to a stressor [[]] and to change the cortisol awakening response and to reduce abdominal fat
cortisol 21802 Enhancing mindfulness was also shown to enhance the cortisol response to a stressor [[]] and to change the cortisol awakening response and to reduce abdominal fat [[]].A high degree of external eating, unsupported by
cortisol 23325 interoceptive awareness, high alexithymia and a blunted HPA axis stress response (as indicated by a blunted cortisol stress response). Inadequate parenting and a high degree of depressive feelings may, in interaction
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childhood obesity 18408 both obesity and (a-typical) depression.Matched Treatment of ObesityThe role of emotion regulation in childhood obesity and its implications for prevention and treatment of obesity has recently been reviewed by Aparicio
obesity 459 narrative review presents evidence on possible causes of EE and the association of EE with depression and obesity and discusses implications of these findings for the treatment of obesity.Recent FindingsPossible causes
obesity 533 of EE with depression and obesity and discusses implications of these findings for the treatment of obesity .Recent FindingsPossible causes of EE are high dietary restraint, poor interoceptive awareness, alexithymia,
obesity 924 genetic susceptibility. There is also robust evidence that EE is a mediator between depression and obesity .SummaryThe association of EE with depression and poor emotion regulation skills suggests that the treatment
obesity 1231 regulation skills. The DEBQ (Dutch Eating Behavior Questionnaire) enables such a matched treatment of obesity .IntroductionCalorie-restricted diets are notoriously ineffective for patients with overweight beyond
obesity 2184 depression and body mass index and weight gain. These findings have implications for the treatment of obesity ; therefore, also a framework for matched treatment of obesity will be presented.Mechanisms of Emotional
obesity 2246 have implications for the treatment of obesity; therefore, also a framework for matched treatment of obesity will be presented.Mechanisms of Emotional Eating‘Disinhibitor’ of Dietary RestraintStress or negative
obesity 9467 emotions and food cues were shown to operate conjointly to elicit overeating in female students with obesity —the participants only overate in the high anxiety—high food salience condition, but not when the
obesity 12131 Emotional Eating in AdolescenceEmotional eating is highly prevalent in (female) adults with overweight or obesity [[], []]. In children, in contrast, the prevalence of emotional eating is, as already stated, very low
obesity 15813 for a similar conclusion and the relevance of the ‘differential susceptibility’ hypothesis for obesity the 2017 review by Molle et al. [[]•].Emotional Eating as Mediator Between Depression and ObesityFeeling
obesity 16557 meta-analysis of Luppino et al. [[]], depression was found to be associated with subsequent weight gain and obesity , and the question arose whether emotional eating is the missing link between depression and obesity
obesity 16657 obesity, and the question arose whether emotional eating is the missing link between depression and obesity or weight gain.In various cross-sectional studies, emotional eating was indeed found to act as a mediator
obesity 16794 cross-sectional studies, emotional eating was indeed found to act as a mediator between depression and obesity [[]–[]]. In a further prospective study on the parents of the adolescents in the Van Strien et al.
obesity 18050 an ego-threatening stressor in Spain (26°00′–44°00′ northern latitude) [[]].Depression and obesity are both common conditions with severe medical consequences and high costs for society [[], []]. The
obesity 18311 the two suggests that a reduction of emotional eating may be an important treatment target for both obesity and (a-typical) depression.Matched Treatment of ObesityThe role of emotion regulation in childhood obesity
obesity 18418 and (a-typical) depression.Matched Treatment of ObesityThe role of emotion regulation in childhood obesity and its implications for prevention and treatment of obesity has recently been reviewed by Aparicio
obesity 18479 role of emotion regulation in childhood obesity and its implications for prevention and treatment of obesity has recently been reviewed by Aparicio et al. [[]]. It was concluded that teaching emotion regulation
obesity 18640 It was concluded that teaching emotion regulation skills could be an effective approach for treating obesity in children. For obese adults, where a recent systematic review found no evidence for a general deficit
obesity 22083 food cues. Although mindfulness approaches were also shown to be effective for external eaters with obesity [[]], the therapy could best focus on the sensitivity to food cues by means of behavioural methods such
obesity 23669 mediator between depression and body mass index or weight gain. This finding is of interest for both obesity interventions and interventions for atypical depression. A matched treatment approach of obesity is
obesity 23766 both obesity interventions and interventions for atypical depression. A matched treatment approach of obesity is suggested, an approach that matches the treatment to the specific eating style of the individual.
obesity 23896 approach that matches the treatment to the specific eating style of the individual. Matched treatment of obesity may provide a new pathway to more permanent weight loss or maintenance of body weight [[]]

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