Bulimia Helped with Hypnosis Drogheda
Bulimia Drogheda and other eating disorders anorexia and binge eating, helped with Hypnosis
Have you ever wondered, just who is directing your life, you or your bulimia? Would you like to be feel and back in control where food is concerned? Imaging a world where you have balance and the freedom to live your life without the restraint of this condition?
No one has to live like this, help is available
Bulimia can be a highly distressing condition, which can seriously take over and run your life.
Mental Health problems such as Bulimia and other eating disorders like anorexia and binge-eating have become epidemic in our society. Yet it can be very difficult to find the right treatment within the current health structure. As cuts to mental health continue to increase. While each person with an eating disorder is very different, their symptoms are very similar. Therefore the one thing they have in common is the misuse of food to control their emotions. The DOH estimates that up to 200,000 people in Ireland may be affected by eating a disorder. With an estimated 400 new cases emerging each year, representing 80 deaths annually.
According to a 2007 study of Irish children and adolescents. Therefore, 1.2% of Irish girls may be at risk of developing anorexia nervosa, with 2% at risk of developing bulimia nervosa. Based on the KIDSCREEN study of children in thirteen countries. Irish children aged 12-18 ranked twelfth out of the thirteen countries in terms of self-perception score.
Similarly, 71.4% of Irish adolescents feel adversely affected by media portrayal of body weight and shape. With more than a quarter (25.6%) believing it to be far too thin. The number of young people under the age of 14 who develop anorexia is on the increase. Nine times more females than males suffer from eating disorders.
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