Plan Your Meals And Distance Yourself From Cravings
When you feel a craving, try distancing yourself from it. Find other options. You can take a shower or a brisk walk to shift your mind onto something else. A change in scenery and thought may help stop your craving. Certain studies have also shown that chewing gum can help reduce cravings and your appetite in general.
If possible, try planning your meals for the day or upcoming week in advance. By already knowing what you’re going to eat, you eliminate the factor of uncertainty. If you don’t have to think about what to eat at the next meal, you will be less tempted and less likely to go through cravings.