Imagine how challenging it is to recover from an eating disorder or addiction while chronic sleep deficiencies prevent you from healing while you sleep.
The funny thing about exercise addiction, is that we mask our addiction behind something people think is really healthy – and for some reason, it tends to go unnoticed by most people.
The article explains a possible connection between celiac disease and eating disorders. I believe most of the research talks about celiac disease being present once anorexia, bulimia or binge eating have been diagnosed. The question is, could celiac be a contributor?
Rescue Remedy is the most well-known Bach Flower Essence. It acts as a kind of antidote to stressful situations and is made up five different Essences: Star of Bethlehem, Clematis, Impatiens, Cherry Plum and Rock Rose. I used this in my corporate days when I had big sales meetings or some other stressful event – it really seemed to work for me.
One of the biggest changes in my life is getting plenty of sleep. As a reformed workaholic, life is very different in the land of the well rested.
I have tended to avoid artificial sweeteners. I had heard that the airline industry would not let pilots consume artificial sweeteners because it adversely impacted their performance. There have been several articles written about artificial sweeteners like aspartame, NutraSweet and others.
Lately, I have become so aware of my thinking that I realized I spend an awful lot of time wishing things were different than they are. Why is that? And what has this negative thinking done to my experience of life?
Body & Soul is a recovery book was written by a woman who recovered from binge eating disorder and, with a master’s in social work, counsels others with eating disorders.
I was curious to see how studying eating disorders in a formal classroom setting compares with my own research over the past 18 plus years. I feel like I have researched every facet of eating disorders from the traditional standpoint – and over the past 6 years, from the non-traditional standpoint.
Today I am tired and feeling the full effects of travel. I feel a sense of mind & spirit exhaustion – my body feels really energized and ready to go, but my mind feels tired. I keep thinking I want to do things.
Now, when preparing to travel, I make plans for a more balanced experience. I have done a lot of traveling, both for work and for vacations.
I used to have a hard time with evenings — especially when it got dark. Winding down, I would feel depressed, like I had not taken advantage enough of the daylight.