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What is anorexic?

If you’re anorexic, then you have an eating disorder and a serious mental health condition. This usually begins during puberty and can continue well into adulthood if not treated. The symptoms include a morbid fear of gaining weight, which drives food restriction and an obsession to remain thin or under a certain specific weight.

Anorexia interesting facts

Anorexia has the highest mortality rate of any mental health disorder, killing between 5% and 20% of people who suffer from it.

Half of anorexia sufferers have comorbidity issues e.g., anxiety, OCD or social phobias.

Up to 50% of anorexics have a mood disorder such as anxiety or depression.

Men suffering from anorexia are less likely to have access to mental health services.

Organs in the body may be permanently damaged owing to lack of nutrition.

There are two types of anorexia, one is restrictive, and the other is purging.

Anorexia is very difficult to diagnose as the anorexic person fears being found out, they will go to many lengths to hide it.

What is the cause of anorexia?

The precise cause of anorexia is still unknown. This serious mental health condition certainly is psychophysiological in nature. The anorexic suffers from a distortion of reality, the body that they view in the mirror is not the actual body that the rest of us can see. Quite often anorexia runs in families, that isn’t to say it’s hereditary, but more likely learned and passed on. Studies into adverse childhood experiences (ACE’s) show that a child’s development can be impacted by this adversity. The negative emotional memory images (EMI’s) that are created at this time, remain stored in the mind’s eye. Perhaps, the EMI is the distorted filter through which the person observes their life and their body.

Anorexia types

People who suffer with eating disorders, whether clinically diagnosed or not will be preoccupied with food and their body weight. The anorexic or those suffering with anorexia come in 2 types

 

  • the restricting type who are focused on not eating and remaining below a certain size, shape and weight.
  • the purging type who has eating binges, vomit, use laxatives or masses of exercise to maintain a calorie deficit.

Is anorexia and anorexia nervosa the same thing?

The difference between anorexia and anorexia nervosa is that anorexia is not being willing or having a repulsion to eating. Whereas the name given to the clinical eating disorder is anorexia nervosa. The main presenting symptom of the disorder is self-starvation.
When one considers ‘starving the self’ from a metaphysical level, then it’s easier to understand why someone would want to starve themselves. It’s the ‘Identity’ of the person that is at odds with their current reality, adjusting this perception is key to taking hold of the mind again. Although it’s very difficult, as most people who suffer rarely get the help they need because current medical models focus on the physical.
Anorexia nervosa continues to be a problem for a growing number of people who are treated by a medical system, which uses Descartes thoughts ‘only matter can impact matter’ in the 21st century more and more physicians are waking up to the reality that ‘non-matter can impact matter’ i.e., thoughts can have an effect on the body.

What are typical characteristics of a person with anorexia nervosa?

Shyness, anxiety, worrying and pessimism are all typical traits of someone with anorexia nervosa. When one considers that their subconscious mind sees food and the growth of their body as harmful then it’s easier to understand why they would have these traits. Imagine your mother, father, caregiver or someone you love telling you that you have to eat when your mind tells you that eating is bad for you. You can end up shutting yourself off from the outside world as your mind tells you that you can’t believe anyone. Sadly, as you close the door to the external world, you become a prisoner to your internal one.

Anorexia physical symptoms/anorexic body

Physical symptoms of anorexia include

  • Abdominal pain
  • Cold hands and feet
  • Dehydration
  • Extremely low body weight
  • Hair loss on the scalp and hair growth over the rest of the body (lanugo) in the bodies effort to conserve heat
  • Loss in bone density
  • Muscle loss and weakness
  • Paled, dry skin

Anorexia nervosa signs

Signs that someone has anorexia can fall into different categories – physical, emotional and behavioural. These include:

  • Stomach cramps
  • Always needing to exercise
  • Not wanting to eat with others
  • Fatigue
  • Perfectionism
  • Secretive around food/hiding or getting rid of food to avoid eating
  • Constantly thinks or talks about body shape and size
  • Withdrawal from friends/family
  • Weighing themselves often
  • Anxiety
  • Constantly seeking approval
  • Depression
  • Self-critical in all areas

Hypnotherapy for Anorexia Nervosa

Clinical or medical hypnotherapy can be used to treat the subconscious mind, which is, after all the root of the problem. The anorexic is in the hypnotic trance, the body they perceive as large, and grotesque is actually withering away and dying. Helping the anorexic to become free of this subconscious trap is very tricky work indeed. The patient does not want to achieve the outcome whilst in their current state of mind, therefore, approaching them with a conscious, cognitive talking therapy just doesn’t appear to work. The therapist must stay 3 steps ahead of the client, whereas the traditional therapy model allows the client to lead.

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Anorexia nervosa, commonly called anorexia, is a severe eating disorder that results in being underweight, afraid of gaining weight, having a distorted body image, and harboring a desire to remain thin. Anorexia is often influenced by the photoshopped images of beautiful people we see in the media, and the notion that going without food can help the victim of anorexia to be more like these visual icons.

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Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQs )

Why do anorexics vomit?
A quick internet search will point you to binge eating/purging in eating disorders and types of anorexia, I’d like you to consider something else. Imaging being terrified of mice and there was a mouse in your living room, would you go in? Or would you open the front door and run? Your answer would be very similar as to why anorexics vomit. Their greatest fear is their physical identity changing which food brings.
What age group is most affected by anorexia nervosa?
From teenage years to age 25 are the most at risk of eating disorders, the average age of anorexia nervosa being diagnosed is around 16 to 17. This is probably because it takes a couple of years to reach a diagnosis. The age range that we’re talking about are also human beings whose bodies are going through natural transformations. Think of it like a caterpillar and a butterfly, the metaphysical self is being starved and suppressed as the caterpillar fights to remain a caterpillar. In nature, the inevitable butterfly eventually appears, but for humans the scary environment of the 21st century halts and stagnates their natural growth.
When you get diagnosed with anorexia
When you get diagnosed with anorexia, there can be a sense of relief as you might realise that you genuinely need a hand. There can also be a morbid dread of the diagnosis as it means you are going to be helped in the very direction that you are trying to avoid. 1.6 million people have been diagnosed with an eating disorder.
What happens when you get diagnosed with anorexia?
A doctor is usually your first step to being diagnosed with anorexia. This is probably the scariest part because you have to admit that you have an eating disorder. You are also going to up against your subconscious mind, which is running the whole situation. This is usually why people with eating disorders tend not to come forwards, when they really should seek help, quickly.
Once diagnosed there are treatment/support plans put in place to help you.