One problem is the feeling of being out of control around food and not being able to stop binging and purging.
We have to re-gain control and find a way to stop binging and purging. How do we do this? Well, we have to become private detectives and start investigating our own binge triggers.
This zone is packed with advice, tools and tips to deal with your triggers and to help you cope and manage your binges.
It's time to bust your binges!!
By now we should be aware that food restriction is the No1 binge trigger for the majority of people. There are other binge triggers, the question is what are they? Only you can find the answer. This is where you become your own private detective to find this out.
It's your aim to catch each bothersome binge trigger and deal with it without binging and purging. Once caught you can dissect it and analyze it, then device a master plan to handle it the next time you are confronted with it.
Don't forget we offer a wide range of tools to help you tackle binge urges. Sooner rather than later you will be an expert at spotting triggers and stopping them in their tracks.
Research shows that chronic binging can eventually lead to a 'higher than normal' body weight. However this can be reduced when eating is normalized and weight is returned to its normal set-point (Loro & Orleans, 1981).
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