Ive tried and tried and tried. Its so hard..Im so sad...I tried eating normally for a week and I felt great but then I went back to school and there was peanut butter and I ate and ate and ate and now...I cant stop eating again. Im not unhealthy. I dont eat junk food or soft drinks or chocolates..I just eat alot..Alot more than you average person. Exams are coming up and its harder to stop..And everytime I try to eat healthily and I keep the food in but everytime I binge I tend to do anything to get the excess food out of my system. You name it ive done it laxative fast vomit diet pills green tea sigh..
And another question does anyone know how to get rid of muscles?
I have muscular calves and fat thighs because I figured of I exercised enough which I did before (more than enough) I would balance out how much I ate but I ballooned to a hefty >50kg then I went down to <47 just two weeks ago and now im already 50 kg.
Skinny -no excess fat lingering out of the body frame
ie. Skin sticking to the body
how do I achieve this normal body when I cant even stop myself?
Hope someone can come up with something for me...Thanks
Try to eat better. You should seek treatment but you can improve if you stop binging. When you are hungry have a fruit or a vegetable. It is low in calorie and you wil not feel guilty eating that. You have to be strong and devoted to your health. There are so many risks, purging is very harmful to your health. It is better to exercise very hard and eat healthy then to purge.
I am a binge eater but I found out that it was due to emotional triggers especially stress. I have been trying to retrain my mind and stop and ask myself why am I wanting to binge ? Am I really hungry. i had to find out for myself what real hunger feels like so that I am aware of the actually physicaly signs when they appear. I tried to stop the binging by trying to find other activities to do. Sometime some extra help is what we need to find the right path. I really enjoy in this activities and exercises have help me tremendously in my fight with emotional eating and binging.
i really need help. i am obsessed with being skinny and even though i know i am a healthy weight i absolutely hate my thighs and i just want them to be skinny more than anything! i started off well and lost 6 pounds, but then it went down hill... ive always been a foodie and i think i just cracked.
i started bingeing crazily. today i was healthy all day and felt good about it, only to go to the cupboard before bed and eat two slices of bread, half a box of frosties and three whole packets of buscuits. i do this every other day, if not every day and it makes me feel so sick. i know i shouldnt be doing it whilst im doing it and it sometimes makes me unable to sleep and gives me awfull pains. a few months ago i tried purging for the first time and it was horrible. but it soon got easier and easier and now i do it at least every other day. i know the side effects of bulimia and it makes me so angry when i binge, knowing very well that i will be making myself sick soon after and risking my health like that.
ive never had a problem like this before and i want it to stop!
You may stop binging if you're aware of what you're eating and also if you know you'll need to eat because you're hungry.
Otherwise, binging and emotional eating starts when you don't anymore sense that you're eating enough and thus forces you to finish one food after another. Simply, this isn't a healthy habit and to control this, prevent places in which you combine eating with another activity such as watching tv, reading books, etc. Try focus on eating and once you're full stop and drink more water instead.
I think it's important to assess the emotional side of why you are binge eating. From what you have said it is not out of physical hunger, is it because of rising anxiety or pressure surrounding your life? Or emotional baggage you carry with you and project onto food? Just a few suggestions to think about, everybody is different and your triggar will be unique to you. I think the only way to break a destructive cycle of any issue with eating is to seek help both for the physical (nutritionist) and most importnatly psychological (with a therapist). Which is really difficult and takes a lot of courage to admit to a problem, i know i have one and i'm still trying to find the words to say what i want to say. Good luck and never give up hope.