Get help. It's not something you want to do alone and it's too dangerous to run the risk of failure. ------------
Answer I agree. it is vital to get help from someone like a medical doctor, therapist, and/or nutritionist. There are also support groups and treatment centers that are available.
If you are already doing that or have done that, here are some more ideas.- Acknowledge that your behavior is unhealthy and you need to make changes. Change is YOUR choice.
-Learn to listen to your "self." Recognize and honor your needs and wants. Spend some quiet time so you can hear your "self."
-Set small goals that you can accomplish easily, and congratulate yourself for every success.
-Focus on the present and positive aspects of your life. Let go of the past and the future.
-Focus on feelings before, during and after negative behaviors. Whatever you are feeling is valid. Find alternative ways to resolve these feelings.
-Stop comparing yourself to others. You are a unique and valuable person just as you are. Value your individuality.
-Become aware of your negative self-talk. Challenge and dispute that talk. Replace the negative statements with positive statements and encouragement.
-Take time to nurture yourself in ways other than with food, such as a walk, a movie, a hot bath, a special present.
-Enjoy your body. Do activities you like, such as dancing, massage, yoga, swimming, biking.
-Talk to someone. Keep talking until you find someone who is willing to unconditionally accept your feelings, your needs; to accept your "true self."
-Start trying to appreciate different achievements in yourself and others. Work toward the point where weight and appearance are no longer something by which you rate your success. Think about your accomplishments, positive personal qualities, and valued relationships.
-Identify goals and activities you have been putting off until you're thin, make a list and start doing them now. Appreciate who you are now and start living your life today.
-Explore your possible ambivalence about giving up these behaviors and your fear of living without these old coping techniques. Take the risk to try new behaviors, without being certain of the outcome.
-Recognize your personal rights. You have the right to say no. You have the right to express your feelings or your opinion. You have the right to ask to have your needs met.
-Keep a journal of your experiences, feelings, thoughts and insights. This is a safe place to be honest with yourself. The journal can also help you identify your "triggers" so you may prepare yourself to choose alternate strategies.
-Develop a creative outlet. Take up painting, drawing, writing, dancing, singing. No one will judge it, and it is a great outlet for expressing feelings.
-Don't let the scale run your life. Remember the numbers on a scale are not a value judgment on your self-worth. Give the scale away.
-Relax. Be kind to yourself. Trust yourself. You can make changes.
-Don't diet. Instead design a meal plan that gives your body all the nutrition it needs for health and growth. Ask your physician to OK your meal plans and exercise schedule before you begin.
-When you start to get overwhelmed by "feeling fat," push beyond the anxiety and ask yourself what you are really afraid of. Then take steps to deal with the threat, if it is real, or dismiss it if it is not real.
-Don't let yourself get too hungry, too angry, too frustrated, too lonely, too tired, or too bored. Don't let yourself get pulled in too many directions by too many people, too many demands, and too many responsibilities. All these states are powerful triggers. Watch for them, and when they first appear, deal with them in a healthy manner instead of letting the tension build.
-Delete any "pro" blogs, unsubscribe to pro sites, take your pro friends off your buddy list!
-If you don't like your first therapist, try another one after you have given it your best shot. no one person is the best answer for you, sometimes it is a cumulative.
Some synonyms for overcoming obstacles are get over, subdue, surmount, or master.
Although anorexia is a dangerous illness that can be life-threatening, there are several pro-anorexia websites on the Internet. Some of these include Houseofthin, Proanamia, or Anafriends.
People typically pity those with anorexia. However everyone is different. Some people think people with anorexia are freaks.
well it can shorten it for 26-33 yrs depending on how serious the cas so dont do it visit some sites on tips for great smoothies and fruit recipies !
Cluttering is a complex behavior with some aspects of addiction as well as some learned behavior. Clutterer's Anonymous is an excellent resource that will help you understand the problem and provide support and tips for overcoming this common difficulty. http://sites.google.com/site/clutterersanonymous/Home
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Helen Kennerley has written: 'Overcoming Anxiety Self-help Course (Overcoming)' 'Overcoming Childhood Trauma (Overcoming)'
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There are some who believe that disruptions in homeostasis effects and might actually bring on eating disorders, including anorexia. So, it means that homeostasis affects anorexia.
Some tabloids and websites show that she has anorexia and that it is one of the reasons she is in rehab. Other sources say she doesn't have anorexia. People don't really know
Karen Carpenter, the famous singer of The Carpenters. The Olsen twins are both sufferers of anorexia
Some do, yes...but not all.
i dont knoe if they're considered "street names" but some people call Anorexia "Ana" and also call Bulimia "Mia".
The ISBN of Overcoming Autism is 0143034685.
Normally does but not always. Some children can develop anorexia at as young as six, but this is very rare.
The scientific name for anorexia is Anorexia Nervosa.
its not like making people be anorexic or encouraging them, but its more like not agasint anorexia, like supporting them, instead of saying silly things that can make the initial problem worse. if you searched pro anorexia on google, you would find many sites where not tips, but supportive ideas to help slowly get better or to make you in your mind feel better.
Overcoming Autism has 336 pages.
Anorexia is a illness which is like a eating disorder so if some thing to fatty you want eat it or you will and vomit it up
Anorexia often weakens the heart and can cause irregular beats and malfunction. In some cases (usually more extreme ones), anorexia can cause heart failure, heart attacks, and death.
The symptoms of male anorexia can be found on a medical diagnostics website like WebMD. Some symptoms of male anorexia include compulsive exercising, unusually thin, and depression.
Many people die from anorexia.
No she does not have anorexia.