Binge Eating Disorder : Curing Compulsive Eating Binge No More Complete Guideby Aaron Harper
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Binge eating is a disorder that is usually done in secret and that often times cause people to feel ashamed of themselves and are usually guilty and disgusted with themselves after their binge eating episodes. These individuals are usually overweight and battling with depression and low self-esteem and these factors sometimes act as both the cause as well as the effect of their binge eating episodes.
The treatments for binge eating disorder can be either medication used by themselves or in conjunction with psychotherapy, cognitive therapy and interpersonal therapy. They teach you how to identify the triggers to your binge eating episodes so that you are able to avoid them as best as you possibly can and therefore greatly reduce and eventually completely get rid of those compulsive feelings you get to binge eat.
They give you the tools necessary to control the urges that you get just before you give into binge eating. They help you with how you see yourself and therefore those depressive feelings will no longer be present to cause you to want to binge eat so as to temporarily get rid of those unwanted feelings. There are also things you can do at home to help to treat your binge eating.
These include not keeping those foods you prefer to binge on in your house, going for walks or engaging in bodybuilding or any other activities that will keep your mind off binging and will make you feel better about yourself. Keeping a food and/or mood journal can also be a big help in this regard.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1- What Is Binge Eating : A Complete Definition Of Binge Eating
Chapter 2- Symptoms Of Binge Eating : Signs To Know If You Are Suffering
Chapter 3- Compulsive Binge Eating : Why This Is So Dangerous
Chapter 4- Binge Eating Disorder : Common Medical Treatments
Chapter 5- How Can I Stop Binge Eating : A Few Home Remedies
Chapter 6- Binge Eating Treatment : A Few Tips From People That Beat It
Chapter 7- Therapy For Binge Eating : Why This Is Necessary
About The Author:
Aaron Harper used to be a binge eater. He was a very shy individual who wanted so much to have friends and to be involved in all the fun activities that other children were involved in when he was in high school but his shyness prevented him from being involved and this made him depressed.
As a result, he started binge eating by the time he was fourteen years old. He did it in secret and so often so that by the time he was 18 years old and out of high school, he was over four hundred pounds. He finally took his mother to the place he always stashed his food and told her how he felt about himself as well as the reason why he binge ate all the time.
She took him to a specialist and he was given the tools to help him to deal with how he felt about himself and how to identify all those things that made him want to binge eat so he could drown the pain and self-hatred he was feeling. With the help he got, he started feeling so much better about himself that used that feeling as the encouragement he needed to become an author who uses his ability to write to help other persons who are dealing with this issue.
Being able to overcome such a big obstacle in his life has propelled him into becoming the type of person he always wanted to be; both in terms of his physical appearance, but also with his ability to actually get over his shyness and use his talents and abilities to help others.
It has great suggestions about:
-daily eating and enjoying food
-the potential downside of using the scale for accountability
-why you may be overeating...and what to do
-recognizing hunger/fullness cues
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