He told me, "There is a theme in the literature about disinhibition, a buffered sense of reality."
The physical closeness and accessibility of food are so important for your feelings of temptation and disinhibition.
disinhibition dis·in·hi·bi·tion (dĭs'ĭn-hə-bĭsh'ən, -ĭn-ə-, dĭs-ĭn'-)
A loss of inhibition, as through the influence of drugs or alcohol.
A temporary loss of an inhibition caused by an unrelated stimulus, such as a loud noise.