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Bulimia Nervosa Suggestions

(Also Known As: Bulimia Suggestions, Bulimic Suggestions, Eating Disorder Suggestions, Binge-Purge Disorder Suggestions)

(Reviewed by: Paul Peterson, Licensed Therapist)

Suggestions for Bulimia Nervosa

Bulimia nervosa is a condition that responds to treatment. It is highly suggested to follow a certain treatment plan with diligence in order to prevent relapse of the condition. Bulimia nervosa is a manageable disorder with several treatment options available to conquer the disorder. Self regulation and management is a helpful way to avoid binge eating as well as in controlling impulsive behavior towards eating. It is helpful to enrich oneself with relative information about the condition in order to understand the condition better. A close relationship with the physician will help the patient discuss their concerns about their disorder more comfortably. People who suffer from bulimia are usually at risk for deficiency on vitamins and minerals in the body leading them to memory loss or poor judgment and concentration.

There are other practical approaches in managing nutritional deficiencies in bulimic individuals. Well balanced nourishment can be attained with eating protein rich foods such as eggs, organic meat, whey and vegetables. One should also avoid coffee, alcohol, and tobacco use. Consume 6 to 8 glasses of filtered water every day and never substitute water with soft drinks and avoid chocolates and candies as well.

Keep yourself preoccupied with worthwhile activities that can divert your attention from thinking of foods. It also helps not to be too overly concerned with your physical appearance.

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