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People...when stress is at its peak, they lose their appetite. What is that?
- I hear that stress can make you lose weight...but won't it make you overeat and gain weight?
- When stress reaches its highest level, people lose their appetites and their cheeks get chapped.
- I figured if I was stressed and overeating, I'd still be better off.
- Related: my most stressful experiences to date (e.g., female bullying experiences)
I hear that stress can make you lose weight...but won't it make you overeat and gain weight?
I used to hear from friends who worked in harsh working conditions.
Stress made me lose my appetite."in Tokyo
I was told such stories.
I used to be the type of person who, when stressed out, would eat and gain weight, so when I heard about this, I inwardly thought, "How is it possible that stress could cause me to stop eating?" I thought to myself, "How is it possible that I can't eat because I'm stressed?
But when I was working as an SE at my fourth company, I was working under tremendous stress.
(It was my fault for not asking for help until I was over the limit, and the seniors around me were super nice.)
Eventually, she suddenly began to cry and went into a state of emotional instability. (This is terminal, right?)
Up to this point, I had no appetite for surprise.
I couldn't even eat Calorie Mate, which was my favorite food and which I always used to eat by wasting away, and just looking at my favorite sweets made me feel like I was in a mood.
A tightening sensation in the back of the throat and a headache accompanied by nausea.
I couldn't eat very much, I just lost my appetite. At this point.being away from work without a good reasonBut I wish I had done it. To protect my body.
When stress reaches its highest level, people lose their appetites and their cheeks get chapped.
A friend once told me.Stress made me lose my appetite."I remember the words.
And I was convinced, "Oh, this is what he was talking about.
I seriously lost my appetite, so I lost a lot of weight, and the ribs just below my collarbone are starting to show and my cheeks are getting lumpy.
Yes.For the first time in my life, I had chapped cheeks.
(I should have taken a picture.)
I never thought my cheeks would get chapped from overwork.
Oh, speaking of stress, "not being able to eat what I wanted to eat" was also incredibly stressful.
I was happy to see him lose weight, but...Losing weight due to overwork (heartache) is not the same impression as losing weight in a healthy way.Please note that from the
And women's menstruation is crazy, too. Seriously.
I figured if I was stressed and overeating, I'd still be better off.
This is just my opinion as stress vomiting varies from person to person.
Finally, the stress reached a breaking point and I thought, "If I don't do this, I'm going to lose a lot of things.
Finally, I sent an SOS to my seniors.
I was able to feel more and more at ease with the help I received.
I realized the importance of finding someone to talk to before you reach your limits.
But there was still a lot of work to be done, so we worked overtime every day+.working on a day offBut now that I have more time to think about it, I am able to make the best use of my time.Appetite recovered.
Weight also recovered.
And to be able to eat as before.
I still felt stress, but my headaches were less, my sore throat was less, and my appetite was back to normal.
And at this point, I thought.
I can only run to food when I'm stressed out.I could afford to run on food.He said. (In my case)
He said that when he is really stressed to the max, even his appetite is blocked.
This experience will give you an idea of the level of stress you are under.appetite (for food)I realized that this can be measured by a barometer called
Well, you don't have to experience that much stress ...
I mean, we humans shouldn't put too much stress on our jobs...seriously. There are times when it can't be helped! I understand your opinion, but if your body breaks down, it's the end of the world.
What is important is your body. And also the mind.
So, this was a story that made me realize that I really lose my appetite when stress reaches its limit.
Related: my most stressful experiences to date (e.g., female bullying experiences)
You've been through black companies, corporate experiences, and being bullied in women's workplaces, so you've experienced a lot of stress there.
I've been summarizing my stress experiences on this blog for a while now, if you'd like to read more about it.