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Have you ever thought that you could also suffer from an eating disorder? While in most cases there are no outward signs and symptoms of such a disease, but many people experience an overwhelming feeling of controlling intense pain or other troubling emotions by eating too much or not eating at all.
It is not a passing phase that can be attributed to adolescence or a way of expressing vanity. It is therefore crucial for every sufferer to identify the problems and seek medical attention as soon as you come across even a single symptom of an eating disorder. This is because research suggests that adequate intervention of early signs can lead to the best treatment and easy relief from the unwanted disease.
Signs and symptoms of eating disorders
It goes without saying that disorderly eating habits stand in the way of enjoying a healthy life in terms of emotional, spiritual and social well-being and therefore its further progression should be inhibited. Behaviours that are commonly associated with eating disorders include:
- Persistently adhering to an impractical and strict diet no matter how healthy or unhealthy the person is.
- Using the bathroom right after eating.
- Secretly binging on large amounts of food.
- Hoarding huge amounts of food at home and at the workplace in fear of lack of availability of more food.
- Increased consumption of various types of laxatives or diet pills or other such medication.
- Exercising too much which may extend for several hours in a day.
- Using illicit drugs such as cocaine to suppress an appetite.
Despite such a wide range of symptoms, an eating disorder is primarily rooted in a person’s gene and other environmental factors. It is also dependent on the medical history, addictive disorders, underlying health conditions and most importantly, life experiences of that person.
Emotional changes pertaining to eating disorder:
Here it becomes worthy to mention that certain emotional changes also go hand in hand with an eating disorder. Some of them include:
- Withdrawal from society particularly from family and friends.
- Withdrawal from situations where questions related to the family may arise.
- Avoidance of a get-together or other situations where food may be present.
- Obsessing over total calorie intake as well as calories burnt through physical exercise even when the person is losing a large amount of weight day by day.
- Preoccupation with body weight and other aspects of physical appearance.
- Eating too much without caring about what others may think.
- Finding solace in foods.
It is therefore pointed out that there are two primary types of eating disorder where a person may eat too much or eat too little, both of which can be detrimental to health. Therefore, it is important to review the symptoms and find out whether you need to talk to an expert to treat the condition.
Hi my age is 22 .Is ashwagandha powder of patanjali beneficial for height? And please suggest some good remedies and exercises for increasing height in less time around 3-4 inches.
My daughter is studying in 10 the class she feels anxiety and fear to go to school and feel tension on small things she is very sensitive please help.
I want a solution for a health diet, I am very thin. I want to become health. And I need a good solution to that, how can be fat!
Psoriasis is a long lasting disease characterized by patches of scaly, itchy and red skin. It can be restricted to a small areas or can even spread to the whole of your body. When the underlying infection reaches the surface of your skin, the healthy cells die. This causes red and itchy plaque covered with white scales. It mostly occurs on the elbows, knees and scalp. Sometimes these scales itch and also bleed. In severe cases the red skin grows and merges with another patch.
Conditions of psoriasis:
1. Finger nails get discolored and pitting is noticed. The nails begin to crumble and in severe cases detach from the nail bed.
2. Scales and crust start to develop on the scalp.
Types of psoriasis:
1. Guttate psoriasis- It is characterized by small red spots which occur on the torso and limbs. It usually starts in young childhood or adulthood. It triggers respiratory infection, tonsillitis and strep throat.
2. Inverse psoriasis- In this condition bright red and shiny abrasion occurs in the groin area, in the armpits and under your breasts.
3. Erythrodermic psoriasis- It is characterized by periodic redness of the skin and shedding of the skin. It also causes severe sunburn and infection.
Cause of psoriasis:
Many factors can cause psoriasis. Factors such as, trauma, infection or emotional stress can trigger this condition. Some abnormalities in the system also cause psoriasis. People who have a flare up of psoriasis are usually affected by emotional stress or some trauma like the death of a loved one or loss of a new job. These tensions may intensify because of problems in your internal system.
Ayurvedic treatments for psoriasis:
1. Consuming medicated ghee.
2. Herbal medicines or herbal concoctions can also be consumed.
3. Basthies are medical and herbal enemas which should be taken for 8days.
4. You should avoid having meat and only consume vegetarian dishes to reduce psoriasis. Also avoid yogurt, black gram, salty food products and chilies.
5. You can also remove impurities from your body by means of vomiting and purging.
6. You can also cure psoriasis by covering your entire body in a paste of mud.
7. Consume turmeric and Neem daily to treat psoriasis.
Some medicine like arogya vardhini vati, kutaki, ras manikya, Giloy ghan vati must be taken after consulting an Ayurvedic expert.
In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
Hello me i want to know that how to clean hairs with healthy and egg is it right or wrong can I do it my self.
Doctor I have some issue like I can feel my heart beat and my heart beat increase when I do some pressure works like weight lifting or heavy movements. I examined ecg and echo screening both Wr normal. I had chest pain when examined with the gastro Doctor they told some acid get more produce in your body due to tat I am get chest pain. Am I facing this problem by gastric or cardio problem.
My wife sliped from stairs on 31st oct 14. Since than she has pain in her toe of spine and pain spread in both hips. All mri and xrays have done. But there is nothing found. Doc said that bone are very weak thats why pain is presist. It may ber osteoporosis. Please advise.
After the scorching summer, rains,unarguably, is a pleasant experience. However, these pleasing moments might be spoiled by non desirable health problems like cough, cold, diarrhea, etc. Therefore,taking precautions during rainy season is important to stay healthy and happy throughout the monsoons.
Tips to stay healthy this monsoon:
- Take your umbrella/ rain coat while moving out of the house so that you may protect yourself from the sudden rain fall and avoid getting drenched.
- In rainy season roads tend to be slippery. So make sure you wear weather appropriate shoes.
- Never touch our face directly with your hand as the flu virus commonly enters our body through the eyes, nose and mouth. Always use a clean napkin/ towel to clean the face.
- Drink plenty of water and stay well hydrated. It is better to drink the boiled water as this will kill all germs and bacteria that have formed in water.
- Eat a healthy diet containing lot of fresh fruits and seasonal vegetables so that your body has a good store of all protective nutrients like vitamin A, C, E,and B-complex and other antioxidants and minerals. Soaking the greens in salt water for about 5-7 minutes can help remove insects. And always wash vegetables before cooking & also wash fruits well with clean water before consuming it.
- Drink a bowl of hot vegetable soup or a cup of freshly brewed green tea as the temperature will give warmth and the ingredients will boast your immunity.
- Consume bitter vegetables like bitter gourd, and bitter herbs like neem, turmeric powder and methi seeds help in preventing skin infections during monsoons.
- Drink lots of water as water helps in flushing out the toxins from our body. But make sure that the water is pure and clean to drink. Carry a water bottle when going out.
- Add a dash of garlic to the soups, sir fries and curries you intake as it will help you to increase your immunity during monsoon.
- Exercise daily. If it’s wet out, then exercise inside your house like spot jogging,yoga, etc.
- Sleep well. As lack of sleep will negatively affect your body’s abilities to fight the diseases that assault it.
- Use mosquito nets and repellents.
- Dry your feet when they get wet. Avoid colds and coughs by keeping your body moderately hot and dry.
- Don’t go in air conditioned rooms with wet hair, wet clothes.
- Avoid eating street food to avoid airborne and waterborne diseases and bacteria. Prefer to eat fresh, home-cooked food.
- Avoid walking in the rain that makes you prone to a host of viral diseases and fungal infections.
- Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol as it will weaken your immunity.
- Limit the salt intake in your diet and avoid all salty and processed food during monsoon as they are responsible for high blood pressure and water retention.
- Remember to take bath every time you get wet in the rain or after coming back to home as taking a bath helps in normalizing our body temperature.
- Wash your hands, feet and face every time you go outside and before consuming any food as it will minimize the chances of getting infected.
- Keep antiseptic liquids handy and use for washing off mud or dirt that usually gets splashed around.
- Keep a check to see there is no stagnant water in your house and surroundings especially water coolers and empty flower pots in the garden to avoid mosquito breeding.
- If you are suffering from asthma or diabetes, avoid staying anywhere with wet walls. It promotes the growth of fungus and can be especially harmful.
- Drink warm herbal teas, especially those with antibacterial properties such as holy basil leaves, ginger, etc.