Many people suffer from eating disorders, and it either prompts them to eat more and more or it makes them think that they are fat when they are really not, and for treating this, you need the help of Psychologist.
Eating Disorders are embedded in the mind, and are merely products of one’s own brain. Therefore, with sufficient effort, eating Disorders can be treated. At the most basic level, Eating Disorders are figments of our own imagination, but they are so strong that they prompt us into eating more, or to change our very perception of our bodies.
The two most common types of eating disorders are
- Anorexia (Anorexia Nervosa)
- Bulimia (Bulimia Nervosa)
Eating Disorders can be extremely harmful, and take place in two ways. In one way, the affected person faces an uncontrollable desire to eat, causing them to eat more and more, making them obese and prone to various other diseases that come with overeating, including heart disease, diabetes, etc.
Eating Disorders can also manifest itself in other ways, including making anorexic people feel that they are fat, discouraging them to eat. Thus, already underweight people starve themselves just because of eating Disorders, which change their very perceptions about their body.
To treat eating Disorders, you need the help of a psychologist, and since this problem is embedded deep in your psyche, you need an experienced Psychologist who you feel comfortable with. This psychologist should be able to understand your psyche and should slowly help you get rid of your mental disorder, playing against your very mind to get rid of this mental disorder
Dr Crowhurst is that Psychologist, with years of experience in the field. He can truly understand you, and his practices psychology in a therapeutic way, helping you feel comfortable as you divulge your feelings and change your very mindset about your Body and your surroundings.
He helps guide you towards getting rid of eating Disorders, and help you get a better perception about your body and making you feel positive about yourselves. Dr. Crowhurst doesn’t judge you and instead helps you develop positive feelings about yourselves, because negativity is something that you don’t want within you.
With the help of a Psychologist, you can take steps to reduce the influence of your eating disorder, until you finally get rid of it completely. And it is necessary that you do so, because eating disorders can disrupt your life, make everything un-fulfilling and make you feel sad and unhappy, which is of course something you don’t want and this is why you should opt for psychotherapy, which helps you achieve your goals and help you lead a happy and fulfilling life.