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Share Your Story | Eating Disorders, Depression, Addiction, Self-Harm, Anxiety



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Anorexia recovery: What I eat in a day + Vlog & chat Nutritionist Day



Hello friends. Today I decided to share with you what I eat in a day in anorexia recovery. Eating disorders are the worst thing that could happen to someone.

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HALFWAY THROUGH MY ECT TREATMENT!!!



G’day guys – OPEN ME!

Apologies for not doing vlogs after each ECT treatment, I just wasn’t feeling well enough too. I’ll be filming proper videos very soon all about my ECT experience/story/q&a so keep your eyes open for that! If you have any questions leave them down below and I’ll respond as soon as I can 🙂

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UPDATE! Back in hospital and receiving TMS treatment.



Hey guys! Thanks so much for sticking by me through this little rough patch and I’ll upload the next video hopefully within the week- just gotta be a little patient with me 🙂
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social anxiety is ruining my life



Disclaimer: depression is a real illness & everyone can have it!

I didn’t say much about social anxiety because it would be an even longer video than it already is so here’s a few symptoms:

-Spending time after a social situation analyzing your performance and identifying flaws in your interactions

-Expecting the worst possible consequences from a negative experience during a social situation

-Avoiding doing things or speaking to people out of fear of embarrassment

-Fear of situations in which you may be judged

-Intense fear of interacting or talking with strangers

-Concern that you’ll offend someone

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Bulimia And Depression



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Symptoms and INDICATORS of Bulimia

People who have a problem with bulimia nervosa may illustrate of few different indicators and symptoms of the problem. Quite often, relatives and buddies will point out how shocked these are or never recognized that the individual got any peculiar manners that could have directed to bulimia after studying their diagnosis.

However, people experiencing bulimia typically experience various thoughts including guilt and pity regarding their manners. Because of this, they could take drastic actions to cover up their patterns and indicators of bulimia so know will quickly realize they may have the disorder.

It’s important to indicate that the next signs aren’t a complete set of bulimic symptoms of each person who’s ever before experienced the problem. Also, remember that these specific signs or symptoms is actually a consequence of other conditions that are totally unimportant of eating disorders.

Physical Symptoms of Bulimia

Bulimia is seen as a the continuous shows of harmful bingeing and then using compensatory manners like purging, undertaking an powerful amount of exercise, or abusing laxatives.
Because most bulimic victims are average in weight, their physical symptoms aren’t as notable before condition is rolling out into a significant physical disorder. Anyone experiencing bulimia must seek the assistance of a professional physician to have the help they want. The physical medical indications include:

– dizziness, lack of balance, or fainting
– frequent tummy aches
– persistent sore throat
– inflamed glands, bloodshot sight, roundness in the jaw area, callused fingers
– chronic shows of constipation therefore of laxative abuse
– yellowing, spotty, or significant teeth decay
– dehydration and electrolyte imbalances
– chest pains
– mood swings

Behavioral Symptoms of Bulimia

The next symptoms are usually discovered by members of the family and good friends:

– signs of purging (patient always visits the toilet after dishes, or proof used plans of diuretics or laxatives)
– indications of bingeing (eating huge amounts of food in a single sitting down, stealing or stashing food)
– frequent sessions to the toilet
– suppresses their hunger using certain drugs
– roommates or members of the family may discover large levels of food absent or notice several clear plans/containers of food in the trash
– drawback from normal activities, family, and friends
– extreme eating manners (comes after a stringent diet after overeating)
– obsessed with energy, diets, or their weight and could be this issue of each discussion
– desperately really wants to exercise, even if this means avoiding other day to day activities
– alters schedule to permit time for both bingeing and purging
– maintains a solid aspire to constantly melt away calories

Psychological Symptoms of Bulimia

The psychological symptoms of bulimia are just a little harder to identify than the behavioral ones. Usually a detailed relative or good friend may notice a notable difference in the patient even if they’re completely unacquainted with bulimia itself. The next emotional issues aren’t unique to the problem, but may increase warning flag:

– extreme irritability
– depression
– self-worth, or self-esteem is dependant on weight and overall look
– sense of powerlessness
– strong dependence on approval
– mood swings
– extremely self-critical

Note that some individuals with anorexia nervosa could also binge and purge. The difference is that folks with anorexia maintain a significantly lower torso weight.

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TW – DEPRESSION, SELF-HARM, SUICIDE QUOTES



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Bulimia Sore Throat



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What’s Bulimia and How exactly to Recognize It

What’s bulimia? Bulimia is a common eating disorder that influences millions of men and women worldwide. In a nutshell, people who have a problem with bulimia eat huge amounts of food in a comparatively small amount of time (bingeing).

Afterwards, they do something to quickly get rid of the food using their systems (purging). They could choose to self-induce vomiting, maltreatment over-the-counter laxatives, or too much exercise.

Typically, people who have bulimia have a tendency to binge since it gives them a feeling of comfort and security. However, eating huge amounts of food makes them feel powerless and uncontrollable. Upon bingeing, the individual generally seems guilty, ashamed, and overwhelmed with worries of increasing weight, which finally brings about purging.

Left neglected, the harmful circuit of bingeing and purging can eventually lead to long-term, serious medical issues. Common side ramifications of purging include teeth decay from excessive acid solution in the mouth area, loss of teeth teeth enamel, and gum disease. All sorts of purging can cause osteoporosis (thinning of the bone fragments), heart disease, harm to the kidneys, and even fatality.

If you believe or actually know that someone has bulimia or another similar eating disorder, way them or make an effort to seek help on their behalf with the person. Eating disorders are serious, sometimes lethal conditions that must definitely be addressed by experts.
Willpower is insufficient alone to conquer it. With the correct treatment, someone with bulimia can make a complete restoration and lead a wholesome and happy life.

Every eating disorder influences a person’s brain, body, and heart. It’s an extremely complicated concern, and right now experts never have yet determined what exactly triggers eating disorders.

However, they could be affected by such factors as the surroundings, family heredity, and personality characteristics. Some individuals are usually more susceptible to developing bulimia:

– Individuals who are coping with demanding situations in their life including the loss of someone you care about, a divorce, or a anxious lawsuit.

– People who in a natural way worry a whole lot, often feel unworthy, or make an effort to be perfect 100% of that time period.

– Individuals who have a job or perform a specific sport that exerts extra physical stress with them such as gymnastics, modeling, or ballet.

– There’s a family group background of eating disorders and/or overweight.

Bulimia is normally within:

– Women – although men and children own it as well

– Teenagers – very much like other eating disorders, bulimia typically starts off during the teenage years, but can also begin in people even younger or much more mature.

Despite the fact that bulimia commonly starts off during the teenage years, it can go on well into adulthood and is known as a long-term, serious condition.

How to Area Someone with Bulimia

– The individual binges regularly. They ingest huge amounts of food in short order, usually within a couple of hours or less. While they’re bingeing, they can not control themselves and cannot cease eating – completely uncontrollable.

– Their self price directly is determined by the way they look, specifically how much they consider.

– They purge to clear their system of all food they just ate by forcing themselves to vomit, perform abnormal exercise, or overuse laxatives, diuretics (normal water pills), enemas, or any other similar remedies.

They are all distinct signals that someone may be experiencing bulimia, and requires professional treatment at the earliest opportunity.

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Fear, Anxiety And Why You Feel Mentally So Uncomfortable in Eating Disorder Recovery



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In this video/audio recording I explain why you might experience such negative emotions like fear, anxiety, frustration, in eating disorder recovery. Why it happens and what to do about it. Are you going crazy? Are you too weak for recovery? Is something wrong with you?

You might be worried about your weight gain or experiencing extreme hunger. You might feel like you never stop gaining, you struggle with eating your fear foods because it causes you extreme anxiety. You want to recover but just can’t handle the uncomfortable emotions and feelings your experience every day. You might even feel like relapsing since recovery just seems mentally too hard to handle.

Eating disorder recovery is tough and scary…but you actually need to get to this uncomfortable place to fully recover…why? Find out in this video!

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