Meditation for Bulimia
Studies show that meditation is effective at decreasing emotional and binge eating. By balancing the mind, we can become more attuned to what the body needs and find the serene strength to resist cravings and feelings of shame - and ultimately beat bulimia.
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- The Problem
Bulimia is an eating disorder that predominantly affects young women and girls - although both men and women can develop the disorder at any age.
Defined by the binge-purge cycle, people with bulimia impose strict rules around their eating. This restriction is difficult to maintain, leading people with bulimia to binge eat when they think they’ve failed and purge in the ensuing guilt.
People with bulimia will usually be prescribed a guided self-help programme with the input of a therapist. They may also be prescribed antidepressants alongside this.
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<p>"I know that it is possible to become 100 percent cured. I have no problem with food anymore.”</p>
Jane Fonda. Actress, political activist and former bulimia sufferer.