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Bulimia – Self-Hypnosis Bulimia Recovery Treatment

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What is bulimia nervosa?

Bulimia is an eating disorder, where people with poor mental health obsess about their body shape and size. Specifically, they will binge eat vast amounts of food, in a short space of time and then proceed to vomit immediately afterwards. The purging process that follows eating can be either vomiting, taking laxatives or exercising profusely in an attempt to rid the body of the calories.

How common is bulimia?

Bulimia nervosa is prevalent in 1.5% of women and 0.5% of men in the United States, which translates to 4.7 million females and 1.5 million males. Bulimia begins around 13 years old, as the body enters puberty.

Signs and symptoms of bulimia

The most noticeable sign/symptom of bulimia is consuming vast quantities of food over a very short period of time. This is called the binge eating phase, where the mind becomes obsessed with having to eat until you are fit to burst. The next phase is the purge. This stage is where the person can feel in control, as they begin vomiting, taking laxatives or exercising like crazy.

What is the cause of bulimia in bulimic people?

Studies into adverse childhood experiences (ACE’s), have highlighted that childhood trauma and abuse can be amongst the causes of bulimia. Becoming bulimic doesn’t happen overnight, it’s a process of being unable to come to terms with one’s feelings, that gradually overwhelms. Growing up in an environment where hypocrisy reigns supremely, mental health disorders soar. Negative emotional memory images (EMI’s) caused by adverse experiences, dwell in the mind’s eye and constantly trigger the fight/flight/freeze mechanism.

Bulimia help

It’s important to realise that bulimia is a psychophysiological condition, whereby the thoughts compel the body to take action. This is a subconscious process; therefore, self-help support groups may seem the logical place to go, however, the answer to your problem is illogical. In order to genuinely address the cause of your bulimia, we must locate and clear the negative emotional memory image (EMI) that is triggering this hypnotic loop that you are trapped in.

Health risks of bulimia nervosa

A quick internet search can reveal that Bulimia may permanently damage your stomach and intestines, leading to other problems such as

  • Constipation
  • Diarrhoea
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Hormonal problems
  • Reproductive issues
  • Irregular periods/missed periods
  • Fertility problems

These are all common side effects of bulimia. We believe that Bulimia is triggered via the brain’s ‘freeze’ stress response. The fight/flight/freeze response is our bodies natural defence system against predators. Flight is our first kneejerk response to get away and escape, if our exit is blocked then fight is the next consideration. If the predator is too large for us to fight, then our body moves to freeze. The freeze response can leave us feeling numb and detached from our body, which can then drive bulimia.

Bulimia treatment

Since bulimia is an illogical, irrational problem then the treatment should also be illogical and irrational, in order to affect the best results. Bulimia is a psychophysiological condition; your mind is genuinely influencing your body. To interrupt this process, we must first realise that the problem is never the problem! Growing up in a household where hypocrisy loomed large, your mind has entered into a double bind. A subconscious hypnotic loop needs to be broken, hypnosis as the name suggests may be just the tool you need.

Hypnotherapy for bulimia

Bulimia is a hypnotic trance state! Attempting to use conscious talking therapies take a long time and the cost is huge. With 25+ year’s of helping people to clear their mind of childhood hypocrisies, I recommend hypnosis and hypnotherapy for bulimia.

My Audio Download

Bulimia is a very serious eating disorder. Sufferers eat large amounts of food and then evacuate it from their body, usually by making themself vomit. Bulimia is always a mental condition, originating from a limiting belief or disempowered self-image. Fortunately, this means that addressing the subconscious mental cause of bulimia is the best way to overcome this condition. Bulimia often goes hand in hand with depression and anxiety. Like other eating disorders, victims of bulimia may suffer a range of other health issues related to undernourishment.

This audio production is designed to help the listener with bulimia recovery. By clearing negatively charged Emotional Memory Images from your external screen, your mind and body are able to adapt to the present moment. This frees you from the limiting subconscious patterns that lead to over-eating. This audio is your own personal 1 to 1 bulimia recovery session with Matt, always available at your convenience.

Matt’s calming voice gently guides your conscious and unconscious mind towards healing through the left and right ear respectively. By tapping into the link between the mind, nervous system and physical wellbeing, this audio allows you to develop a greater control over your relationship with food and an enhanced self-image.

For best results, listen to this audio download first thing in the morning or during the day, every day for 4 weeks. Ensure you’re free from interruptions and distractions when listening. Download now to start your bulimia recovery treatment today.

This audio is a .MP3 file, compatible with smartphones, tablets, PC’s and other electronic devices.

Audio length: 30 minutes.

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Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQs )

What qualifies bulimia?

People who have bulimia will also suffer from body dysmorphia (BDD), as they struggle with feelings of shame and guilt. Their behaviour will be one of constantly eating too much (binge eating) and then going to great lengths to eradicate the calories. This can include self-induced vomiting, excessive exercise, use of laxatives or fasting.

Is it still bulimic if you don't binge?

The defining feature of all eating disorders (OSFED) is body dysmorphia. Being uncomfortable with your body size or shape, has a significant impact on the way you view yourself. Purging disorder is similar to bulimia nervosa without the bingeing.

How do bulimics feel after purging?

Purging is part of the vicious cycle of emotions connected to body image. Guilt and shame about the act of purging and the distorted body image can leave the person feeling out of control with their food intake, body, size and shape. Conversely by purging or accessing other bulimic behaviours, the person can feel that they have control within that moment.

Do bulimics lose weight?
Maybe a better answer to this question is what can I do to stop my cravings? An internet search will very quickly point out that people with bulimia eat excessive amounts of food. But actually, if we were to focus in on what food, then we might get closer to the truth. Our bodies can run on 2 types of fuel, sugar and fat. Sugar is massively addictive and can cause our body to crave, it also triggers a binge as the craving needs to be satisfied. If you were to imagine your body as a furnace, then sugar is like putting twigs on the fire. They burn up quickly and need to be constantly replaced. If we look at fat, then fat is like coal, it’s a good solid fuel base that burns slowly and constantly. Using fat as a fuel source switches off cravings and simultaneously puts control back in your hands. Therefore, if you feel that your mind is constantly chattering about your next meal, then why not throw a coal on the fire instead of twigs. You might just be surprised at how much control the results will give you.