Try to control your bad habit. You should learn the difference between real hunger and an attempt to "seize" a stressful situation. To make it not so hard – the emotional hunger manifests the desire to enjoy high-calorie food, often several hours later, after experiencing emotional stress or before bedtime.
If you can't identify that the extra you ate for the day, keep a food diary. Calculating the necessary number of calories, and summing up every night, you will be able to estimate that the daily intake was unnecessary.
Learn to cope with negative emotions in other ways. Maybe you'll feel better if you do some sports, swim or run a couple laps around the stadium. As soon as you feel hunger pangs, which is not really true (you just ate, for example), then get ready and go outside – take a walk, hang out with friends, go to the movies.
The more sports and activity's in your life, the better. Purchase a subscription to the pool or the gym, invite someone of my friends, that was not so boring. Start Jogging in the morning, do the exercises once a week go to the bath. All methods of switching to positive emotions and methods of relaxation will help you change the way you respond to stress.
Eat rationally and forget about strict diets. If you live under constant stress and tension, the radical restriction in the diet will only aggravate your condition – you will become angry, to respond violently to everything and experience a constant feeling of dissatisfaction. Try to eat healthy food – fruits, vegetables, drink more water. Train yourself to eat properly – remove from the fridge and pantry stockpiles of hazardous products, and when visiting the store always consider the calorie content of what you put in your cart.
Always remember that stress can not be eternal and all problems once resolved. So tune to a positive perception of reality and try to pay less attention to detail – some of the problems that you used to react rapidly, completely are not.