The inability to stop eating can stem from various factors, both physiological and psychological. Physiologically, our bodies are designed to seek out and consume food for survival. Hunger signals and cravings can be difficult to resist, especially when triggered by imbalances in blood sugar levels or hormonal fluctuations. Psychological factors play a significant role as well, with emotional eating, stress, boredom, or even food addiction driving the relentless urge to eat. Also, external cues such as advertising, availability, and social pressures can contribute to excessive eating. Breaking the cycle often requires understanding these triggers, adopting healthier coping mechanisms, and seeking support to regain control over eating habits.