What are the health risks of eating too much?
Eating too much in the long run can lead to excessive weight gain which can, in turn, lead to various diseases such as heart problems, diabetes and metabolic disorders. Undue weight can cause you to feel tired, sluggish, nauseous and heavy. You may feel sleepy all the time and lose interest in doing anything. Eating too much also puts excessive load on the digestive system causing you to develop digestive disorders such as gas, bloating, acidity, feeling heavy, difficulty digesting food, and conditions such as gastritis.