Someone who has an eating disorder is often the last one to know it as denial plays a big part and it can be tough to accept, especially when loved ones are ‘trying’ to be heard if you’re not listening. It’s characteristically challenging with this condition.
By Eating Disorders we’re talking about any eating-related condition where you have a medical diagnosis, maybe you’re under a psychiatrist for treatment.
It’s a difficult area for sufferers who are weight-obsessed. If you want to read more about it because you have an inkling that you fall into this group then it can be helped through the Change Your Health Service here.
But the first step in helping someone, or yourself. is by recognizing and accepting the symptoms so that you can get on board with yourself, to start the process of breaking free of it.
What’s the alternative, well we all know what happened to Karen Carpenter and if not you can find a heap of information if you Google her name.
If you click through, there are sensitive images in the post, but how do you as a sufferer learn to trust what others are telling you.
These symptoms can be addressed once you are prepared to accept you have them, so you can get back to living a relatively normal life and get away from that all too downward spiraling obsession over weight with every mouthful that you eat.
An eating disorder is distinctly different from an unhealthy relationship with food and the model Jane uses shows a clear distinction, which simply put happens over a different time-scale.
Where an eating disorder works through a quicker succession of symptom-type features, the yo-yo dieting syndrome happens over a much longer spell. We can delve into this during a conversation to find out what drives your patterns, and it’s all the better if you already have a doctor’s diagnosis.
A medical diagnosis
Maybe you’ve been given a medical diagnosis, maybe you have your suspicions but haven’t plucked up the courage to visit the doctor for a diagnosis convincing yourself it’s a good way to manage your weight. META-Medicine has even better informational insights as to how eating disorders work.
Click through here to find out more about this unlimited consultations approach that will change your relationship with food and get you where you want to be, over time. Get started with a conversation to explore how this service leads you through the process, and find out whether it’s for you.
Change your eating behaviours
Your programme is also a VIP Coaching Service including all the services you find offered on the site, so that a broad range of approaches and new-age findings can be integrated into supporting you into a full and healthy recovery. This enables you to recover your health, get energised and start eating naturally, at your own pace (and more importantly your body’s pace )