Not all eating disorders are the same and each can lead to death if left untreated. I encourage one to get help if you suffers from either. Some famous people have suffered from having an eating disorder doesn’t mean you’re insane and eating disorders, but it does mean you need help. Princess Di suffered from bulemia and Mary Carpenter suffered from anorexia and eventually died from this disorder. Bulimia is characterized by recurrent episodes of binge eating and then driven regurgitation to avoid weight gain.
Bulimia is not simply going to a buffet and gorging food, because you ate too much food and throwing up. Bulimia is binging on huge amounts of food at least twice weekly and after that throwing up, to prevent weight gain.
Characteristics of bulimia include: The man struggling with anorexia has pursuit of weight loss and a mental disorder in comprehension of their own body weight and anxiety about loss of control of eating. 20% of people who suffer from anorexia will die from this disorder.
Characteristics of anorexia include: Fear of weight gain Pursuit of fat loss Disruption of understanding of body weight Restrictive diets which range from 500-800 calories a day those who have problems with eating disorders have anger and depression. Regrettably, the rage often left untreated and is frequently disregarded or ignored, however it must be treated to treat this eating disorder.
One of the most effective methods of treating and talking about the fury is in an organization setting, as group provides a setting by which it’s not easy to manipulate the group. The aims of treating eating disorders are:
- Interrupt the binge/purge cycle
2. Eating patterns that are normalize
3. Increase self esteem
4. Cognitive restructuring that is favorable
5. Encourage self duty
6. Promote flexibility
7. Stabilize notion layouts that are disorderly
8. Repair damage that is physical
9. Research leisure activities
10. Begin to develop healthy relationships
11. Begin to repair strong relationships
12. Anorexia and educate about recovery and relapse tools Treating bulimia is complicated and multifaceted process. It requires commitment, time and work. Get help if you suffer from an eating disorder. It can alter your life. It can save your valuable life.