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3 Ways To Reset Your Emotions

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Talking about our physical or mental fitness is easier than talking about emotional fitness. This is one of the factors of longevity. There are 3 top secrets for regaining our emotional health, so we don’t cave into pressures and things like emotional eating. It’s been estimated that over 75% of overeating is due to emotional reasons.

There are many people who have used these strategies for emotional eating as well as getting in alignment with their own emotions. Let’s dive in and see the top 3 secrets to reset emotions.

3 Top Secrets To Reset Emotions

1. Identify Your Emotions

We should really FEEL the emotions and not THINK about the emotions. In order to really connect to our emotions, we have to speak the language of emotions. We need to identify our emotions in the moment. To become aware of what we feel, just a quick, how do I feel right now, is enough. Am I happy, sad, mad or glad and further from those type of generic emotions, what’s really underneath all of those emotions? Am I sad or really depressed, am I disappointed or bottling up some anger? Most people are not used to identifying their emotions, they just go with the flow of what everybody else is feeling and not really acknowledge their own.

2. Track Your Emotional Patterns

The feeling has to be brought to the surface, we have to start looking for patterns and trends. There is an emotional log with which you can track your emotions. When we track our emotions, we feel better and make better choices. We may not cave into food cravings, but go out and exercise instead of wallowing in those emotions. It is not about our emotions being positive or negative, it’s all about the response that they have on our body. Emotions are personalized and so by tracking how we feel, we will get a better sense of where we spend the energy.

3. Feel Your Emotions

We are all emotional beings, so create an emotional date in order to feel. When the emotions are not felt, they get stuck in our minds and we start getting those negative reoccurring thoughts. They can get stuck in our body and as a result we can get pain or symptoms like irritable bowel syndrome or inflammatory conditions. Emotions need to move through us, they need to flow. So, feel them and let them come through.

Study says that we shouldn’t have too much volatility with our emotions. When we feel the emotions, we should put them through a little bit of filter. There’s a happy balance of not being too volatile and not letting those emotions stuffed within our bodies or minds. However, we have to let them out. One of the ways to feel the emotion is to provoke our creative expression. When it comes to emotions, the key element is to have fun.

Dr. Deanna Minich
Star Expert

Dr. Deanna Minich is an internationally-known nutritionist and author with more than twenty years of experience in nutrition, wellness, and healing. Her unique approach to nutrition is derived from a combination of her study in biological and medical science together with ancient medical and spiritual practices. She has had the privilege of being trained in functional medicine by the “father of functional medicine” – Dr. Jeffrey Bland – for over a decade.

Dr. Deanna Minich
Star Expert

Dr. Deanna Minich is an internationally-known nutritionist and author with more than twenty years of experience in nutrition, wellness, and healing. Her unique approach to nutrition is derived from a combination of her study in biological and medical science together with ancient medical and spiritual practices. She has had the privilege of being trained in functional medicine by the “father of functional medicine” – Dr. Jeffrey Bland – for over a decade.

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