Anorexia Nervosa – At Last a Treatment that Works
Anorexia sufferers tend to have three things in common:
- They feel, for whatever reason, that they are unlovable or have not been loved enough in the past and that depriving themselves of food is a way to either get them noticed by the people they are craving attention from, or is a way on punishing themselves and disappearing altogether.
- They crave a feeling of control in an uncertain World and achieve this by massively restricting their intake of food.
- They are usually “over-achievers” or perfectionists and harbour the belief that starvation is the route to the perfection they desire.
Anorexics will always go through a stage whether they believe their eating disorder is their only friend, so absorbed are they in their obsession, they will ignore the symptoms:
- Anorexia puts a massive strain on your heart and internal organs and can ultimately lead to their failure.
- Anorexia can make women permanently infertile.
- Anorexics tend to be permanently exhausted, moody, withdrawn and depressed.
- Malnutrition can leave anorexics feeling suicidal.
- Anorexia causes hair loss, tooth loss and rapid ageing of the skin.
- Above all, anorexia kills.
If you have suffered or are suffering from anorexia, you might have reconciled yourself to the idea that you will feel this way forever.
But, when you are ready for help, there is a way to change your mindset quickly, effectively and permanently.
Winning Minds uses a powerful and pioneering neural recoding technique to allow you to conquer your issue.
You may find this Understanding Eating Disorders CD useful
This is a 1.5 hour recording of an interview between Mark and Natasha in which they outline what Eating Disorders really are, the common sources for them, why traditional modern medicine approaches won’t work and how and why Neural Recoding does work.
This CD is ideal for ED sufferers who are frustrated by the current medical approach and can’t see a way out; for parents whose children have ED’s to give them an understanding of what their child is going through; for ex-sufferers who have beaten the behaviour, but who still have extreme anxiety around food.
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