Dealing with binge eating disorder is not easy, but there are things you can do to help with your urges to binge.
- Take time to relax
- Take time to have fun
- Forgive yourself
- Read self-help books
- Find a support group
- Talk to a nutritionist
- Stay away from fad diets
- Avoid temptation
- Focus on why you are eating
- Focus on what you are eating
- Get enough sleep
- Ask for help
What are the benefits of exercise?
- Relieves stress
- Loss weight or maintain a healthy weight
- Improve mood
- Improve brain function
- Strengthen bones and muscles
- Sleep better
- Improve heart health
- Boosts energy
Since I started my weight loss journey, I have lost a little over 100 pounds. In that time I ran into a few unexpected consequences. Here are two that happened to me recently.
- I had to move the seat up in my Jeep, because there is less fat on my back and I was struggling to reach the pedals.
- My bike helmet needed to be adjusted, because there is less fat on my chin and face. This is obvious when you think about it, but I never thought about it being a problem until it happened.
My journey has not been smooth sailing the whole time. I still struggle with overeating and don’t always want to exercise. However, all the difficulties have been worth it. My life is so much better now.
I read this book to get tips on improving my technique and to run with less stress.
According to the author, “If you adjust your running style to landing mid-foot, you will see an improvement in speed and comfort.”
This is something I want to try. If you have used this running technique let me know how it works for you.
Since I started my weight loss journey, I lost over 100 pounds.
I have noticed that my tolerance for cold weather has greatly reduced. I lost a lot of body fat which once insulated by body, so I understand why this is happening.
I hope I will eventually adjust to colder temperatures, and not feel like I am freezing all the time.
I enjoy watching YouTube videos on the Fat Meets Fire channel, which is produced by Ben Landers. I love how he explains will power and gives tips on how to improve your will power. It’s not as difficult or mysterious as we tend to make it.
When I started my weight loss journey I was participating in 5k races. I usually came in last, but I kept trying and was determined to improve.
Finally, I was able to get weight loss surgery. I was excited, because I would be able to lose weight faster and increase my odds of winning in my category (females aged 45-49).
Unfortunately, I injured my knee. The meniscus was torn in two places, the kneecap was damaged, and there were other issues. I had surgery to repair the damage and was hoping for a full recovery.
However, the doctor said I shouldn’t run or do any high-impact activities on a regular basis. My knee will always be sensitive and prone to injury.
I was depressed by this whole situation, until I discovered virtual 5k’s. Basically, you register for the event online and complete the run on your own. It can be done outdoors, on a treadmill, or even on an elliptical.
The elliptical is low impact and will not damage my knee, so this is great for me. You can even get cool prizes for every event you complete.
Once again, I am excited to have something in which I can participate, get prizes, and feel proud of achieving.