Bulimia Drogheda Hypnotherapy
Can Bulimia be helped with Drogheda Hypnosis?
The simple and quick answer is YES.
Are you prone to vomiting after eating or misusing diet aids, or enemas are methods employed by anorexics to control their weight? This way they have control of their weight.
Michael Govers dhp phh qbe
Consultant in Analytical & Clinical Hypnotherapy
Michael has been a practicing Hypnotherapist since 1996 when he was awarded his diploma in evidence-based hypnotherapy from the International Association of Hypno-Analysts (IAH).
On the surface, it looks like it’s all about food, but it’s not. It’s an unhealthy way of coping with emotional problems. Anyone can develop bulimia, but it’s most common in young people aged 13 to 17.
People who have Bulimia may be feeling:
- they lack confidence and or self-esteem
- preoccupied with your weight
- guilty or ashamed, especially after bingeing
- anxious or depressed
- as though your body is bigger than it really is
- feeling out of control and trying to regain it again
- irritable and moody
Common Traits of the Bulimic Personality
Those with an eating disorder may be using food as a way to deal with a whole melting pot of emotions. So many report feelings of sadness, loneliness, or unloved, miss understood, stressed, for example, before they binged.
Other common traits include:
- depression, anxiety.
- extreme fear of gaining weight.
- low self-esteem or feeling worthless
- dissatisfaction with one’s appearance
- social withdrawal
- denial of binging, purging and other harmful behaviors
- fear of being inadequate
- fear of rejection
- a strong desire to gain the approval of others
- a lack of self-control
This goes without saying, but what an emotional ticking time bomb to be carrying around with you every day? This really is exhibiting all the signs of a mental health condition, and as such deserves to be approached from this point of view.