I have recently gone on a low calorie diet. I have also been pretty successful at it. While I have failed at times, I have kept a positive attitude and been able to keep going forward. But recently as in this weeks , I have been unable to keep with my diet.
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I have been binge eating in the evenings. I have been feeling quite discouraged because I tell myself that tomorrow I will not binge eat. Yet, I will follow the diet the whole day, but when evening comes, and I get home, I will just binge eat. Even when I try my best to practice self control. All of this eating is leading to my stomach to hurt, and I'm generally disliking it. I don't like eating so much. I get no satisfaction from eating all of this food. Yet I cannot seem to stop myself. I've also been focused on increasing my protein content, while removing fat and carbs from my diet.
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I feel that I have been quite aggressive at this. Maybe your answer to this problem will also be mine. Maybe the reason I cannot seem to control my appetite is because I am being too aggressive at removing the fat and carbs in my diet. Anyways, thanks for the article. I hope this no-nonsense informative article will help in my diet.
Especially since my stomach hurts due to over eating.
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I agree to this article that sometime we may not know how much or what we should to eat so we should know some tips for managing each meal before bad thins like binge eating would happen. For my personal experience Now,recover from bulimia , before geting rid of the root of this bulimia problem , I had been focusing only my weight or my weight-line ,my leg ,my thigh so on I had been watched my calories intake everyday and maybe every meals for almost 10 years. I had been drawing this stuffs for more than 10 years. Until one day,I realized that I should stop "on diet" before something which may be worse than "being bulimic" could happen.
So I stopped right away and my life begin back to normal eating as other again. Oh, if I feel out of control with my eating try just eating when I'm hungry. Gee, why didn't I think of that. It's like a shrink I was talking to recently who said she tells her depressed clients to "think happy thoughts. It's like all the other diet suggestions out there, except a few contradictory statements like "fat is your friend" and carbs carbs carbs.
THIS is why no one who is frustrated bothers to try any more.
This senseless, non-descript doctor jargon is what is SO frustrating. I read this and thought, I give up. So, thanks for nothing. That's your problem, not hers. Sounds like people want someone to take them by the hand and lead them for everything. It doesn't work that way. If someone has an eating disorder, of course they need more intensive help.
She's not saying eat JUNK or foods loaded with carbs when you're hungry A lot of us have dampened our ability to do so because of the constant junk food grazing. It's simple and I don't understand how this advice couldn't sound simple and make plain sense to most people. Let alone, make you angry??
You just don't want to do it.
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That's fine, continue to make excuses and deflect anger and blame - and continue to enjoy going up a dress size each year. It only hurts YOU. If you aren't ready to stop making food your king, go back to the couch and have your Haagen Dazs while you curse her name. It bugs me that people detract from useful advice.
Some reader out there, who really needed to heed it, probably ignored this article due to the snide comments. But the again, I came to this article looking for solutions, not some magical cure. I know when I hear sound advice. Getting professional help from a doctor, practice nurse, or a school or college nurse will give your friend or relative the best chance of getting better.
But this can be one of the most difficult steps for someone suffering from an eating disorder, so try to encourage them to seek help or offer to go along with them.
Why Can't I Stop Eating?
Treatment will be different depending on the type of eating disorder your friend or relative has. It will usually involve some kind of talking therapy because help with eating and putting on weight alone is usually not enough. Your friend or relative will talk to a therapist about the emotional difficulties that led to their eating disorder, and they will learn healthier ways to cope with these feelings.
Their treatment may also involve them working through a guided self-help programme. During their treatment, they will also have regular health checks to look after their physical health. Treatment will take place over a number of weeks so your friend or relative can get used to the changes slowly. The earlier they start, the better their chances of making a good recovery.
Find eating disorders services in your area. Read more about how eating disorders are treated. Most people with eating disorders will not have to stay in hospital. They are seen as outpatients, which means they visit the hospital, for example, one day a week. Some people who have a more advanced or serious eating disorder might need to visit the hospital more often or be admitted to hospital for more intensive support and treatment known as inpatient care. This depends on what your friend or relative wants, how you feel and what the treatment centre allows.
Let them know you're thinking of them and would like to visit. If this is not possible, you can always write or call to let them know you're still there to support them. If your friend or relative has lost an extreme amount of weight, they may be in danger of starving themselves and developing serious complications. If looking for food after school has just become part of your routine, think about why. Then try to change the routine. Instead of eating when you get in the door, take a few minutes to transition from one part of your day to another.
Go over the things that happened that day. Acknowledge how they made you feel: Happy? Left out? Write down the emotions that trigger your eating.