Thursday, September 24, 2009

1Day Beat Bulimia -Interactive Workshop In London

Autunm Equinox is here..and it's almost time to pack away the summer clothes!

For many of you Bulimia sufferers, that must come as a relief!
Perhaps not, if you are already anxious about the festive season that's just around the corner, knowing fully well the presence of food, numerous party invites, and the pressure to look good is immense!

Perhaps it's the indulgent summer holiday you have just been on, creeping weight gain or the feasting that took place, that may be causing alot of stress and anxiety ?

The next Beat Bulimia 1 Day Workshop may be the thing you are looking for, to bring back the normal eating and healthy relationship with your body and emotions ?

Date: 10th October
Time : 9.30am-5.30pm
Venue: SW London; UK
Investment : £90

Booking can be made via or call 0208 653 7177

This therapeutic and interactive small group workshop, will kick start your bulimia treatment and your bulimia recovery in time for Christmas .

Please read previous blog posting for more details.

Do take action to empower your self, rather than beat your self up about your bulimia !

with warm wishes


Thursday, September 10, 2009

In What Way Can Bulimia Harm You?

People suffering from bulimia may suffer even more with long-term effects. Obsession on physical image, weight and self-esteem issues are some of the components that make up bulimia. If not recognized or treated immediately, it could lead to even more dangerous effects like physical and psychological damages or even death. Why do you think most sufferers seek out a counselor instead of a doctor for their bulimia recovery, it is because the emotional trauma is a lot more painful than the physical effects.

Bulimic patients often start by obsessing on their weight that later on urges them to take extreme measures in order to avoid weight-gain. Taking laxatives and diuretics as well as purging after binge eating is rampant in cases of bulimia.

Doing these regularly and purposely may cause some serious harm in the body. The person suffering from bulimia may experience any of the following: ulcers, heart problems, digestive problems, bad breath and sore knuckles.

Psychologically, the bulimic patient may eventually suffer from depression as well as extremely low self-esteem. There’s no saying what other effects the person is susceptible to if he or she does not surrender to a bulimia recovery program.