Bulimia Cures & Bulimia Prevention

By: Twinpeak
If you suspect you may have bulimia or another eating disorder or been diagnosed with bulimia nervosa, there are some steps you can take to get headed in the right direction and these are some of my best tips to help you recover. You can control your eating habits and prevent your emotions from controlling your life. Think of bulimia (and/or anorexia) as addictions or habits that you can take into your own hands.

Continuing on in any overeating, gorging, binging, purging, vomiting, taking laxatives, taking diuretics, fasting or compulsive eating can severely affect your health and cause permanent health problems that can't be reversed. Stop any damage now!

Health problems or bulimia symptoms or side effects can include sore throat, eroded tooth enamel, swollen lymph glands in the neck and under the jaw, sensitive teeth, acid reflux issues, colon problems from laxatives, kidney problems from diuretics and dehydration.

The first step is to admit to yourself that you have a problem whether you're a teen or adult, male or female. Do not keep it secret. See your doctor as soon a possible for a complete physical so you can determine what you current state of health is. You need to find out if you have any health conditions that need to be attended to. Avoid taking drugs or medications, if possible, and try to pursue your road back to health naturally. Let your family members know and your closest friends too, if possible, to enlist their support.

It's important to get counseling from experts in bulimia nervosa to get to the cause of your bulimia and how to treat your bulimia. Your doctor may have some referrals. If not, seek out local health organizations for support groups. Attend a bulimia support group to find out what health professionals other bulimics are seeing and what their experiences and stories are. These will be people who will understand what you're going through and you can get some good insight into what steps you can take that will help you.

Check with your HMO or health insurance provider to see if you're covered under your current policy. If not, find out from the support groups what other options you can get locally or in your community. You may be able to get free bulimia counseling.

Make a list of all your problems, stresses and worries. Try to determine which problems are causing you to be bulimic. Also make a list of all the blessings or good things in your life. Remember that everyone has problems and you can change how you view them.

Try to find ways to laugh more and incerase your supply of endorphins. Are you depressed? If so make a list of what is depressing you. Try to handle depression naturally without any drugs. Look at ways to solve the problems that are of the most concern to you and ways to solve them.

Don't be afraid to let go of your bulimia eating pattern. Try to get a handle on your eating and think about adopting a living food diet. A raw food diet of fruits and vegetables will help turn your health around fast and help you focus on living a healthy lifestyle. You want to avoid permanent digestive problems.

The best bulimia treatment is what the best treatment is for you. The treatment should involve psychological counseling and treatment from health professionals who are skilled in eating disorders. You are not alone. Get help from your doctor, eating disorder treatment doctor, eating disorder or bulimia counselors, support groups and consider going to an eating disorder treatment center or clinic where you can get to the core of the problems that are causing your bulimia.

You don't want to try to solve this by yourself. Read the newest books on bulimia to find out the latest therapies. Changes in bulimia treatment are made all the time. Statistics show you can get help and completely recover from bulimia and regain your 'self' if you act now. Do it before you suffer from lifelong physical health problems. You are not alone. You can recover. You can cure yourself. You can do it! Many others have. Take action now!
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