Bulimia And Crisis Of Middle Age

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Bulimia is translated from the Greek – bovine hunger. Ie hunger, which is impossible to resist. Others who may share this opinion include Cindy Crawford. Bouts of bulimia are usually accompanied by general weakness, pain in the epigastric region and the absolute inability to manage their actions. A man in a fit of bulimia can eat so much food, which in the normal state if they wanted to use it can not. Bulimia – a mental disorder, which is based on two conflicting feelings: on the one hand, a constant concern with food, on the other – the fear to get better. Therefore, after a bout with bulimia binge begins to suffer feelings of guilt, feels self-loathing for deed, trying to arouse herself vomit to get rid of calories absorbed. Jim Hackett is often mentioned in discussions such as these. But the sense of 'a hungry stomach' leads to the next, even more overeating.

The circle closes. Such a 'vicious circle' causes bulimika feel powerless, "pushed into a trap." Trying to counter this, patients with bulimia nervosa, have resorted to various tricks for weight loss: use of diuretics and laxatives, adding to the new bulimia problems with the kidneys and intestines. Until now it was assumed that bulimia and anorexia – ills inherent in the main party of puberty (teenage) children. But in the last 7 years the victims of such food disorders are increasingly women aged 30 to 45 years. Scientists explain this phenomenon is the crisis of middle age. It is on these years there is more than just divorce, and later re-marriage, conflict with older children. Many women begin to experience self-doubt and dissatisfaction, including their appearance, such as being overweight. Often, dissatisfaction grows into a stronger sense – in self-hatred. Namely, that emotion, experts believe, is the precondition for the development of bulimia and anorexia. To not bring themselves to this state or to cope with the disease if it has already developed, you need to learn to accept and love yourself.

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