Endless hunger.

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Shannyn8877
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Endless hunger.

Does anyone else here feel like no matter how much they eat they never feel full? I am trying so hard not to let myself fall into the b/p cycle but continue to fail. I feel like my body can not regulate hunger/fullness signals. Does anyone else experience this? Does this ever go away?!?

Shannyn

DOkkamjong
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Hey :D You are exactly

Hey :D

You are exactly talking about me. I have just attended this site and I am trying to do the SE but God!! I dont really know why but even if I eat a way too much - but not lettting down the cross line of binging - I am sure of that I am eating all kind of foods and I havent been restricting food for months... I dont hear any voice from my stomache 'yes done, you are not hungry anymore''

This week I really tried SE... But every other day I binged then purged... I think my problem is that I dont know how to stop eating. When I crossed the line with my thinking, I relapsed... :(( Like you, I really need a suggestion for that... There was a line in the e-book which saying ''Pay attention to what you eat and eat slowly'' My sis told me this morning that I was eating fast. And I didnt listen Guide Eating while eating meals... Maybe I really am eating fast... I dont know...

I hope someone here can help both of us :))

Claire2012
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I have problems with the same

I have problems with the same things! I dont think I will ever feel full. I notice that when people around me stop eating and say they are full I am no where near full...this makes me feel horrible, I feel like I am so huge I need three times the food anyone else does! The thing is if I go by my hunger signals/intuition, which are required even in structured eating, I will be a whale in 2 months....I am really losing hope here!!!! :/

katzcurrent
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For most people just starting

For most people just starting out, the hunger is due to long-term nutritional deficiencies, blood sugar imbalances, and a temporary loss of ability of the body to register 'full'. It will return over time. It can also be a result of dehydration. I found it very, very helpful to drink 'emergen-c' (the packets of orange powder they sell for people who have colds) because it helped quench the deep thirst (lots of vitamins and electrolytes), which also helped with the hunger.

DOkkamjong
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Thank you, it seems like

Thank you, it seems like taking some supplements like vitamins and herbals will be help at this point.. :))

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