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READY TO BREAK FREE FROM ANOREXIA?
ARE YOU EXPERIENCING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING?
- Are you preoccupied with food, calories, and dieting?
- Do you frequently weigh yourself and feel distressed by slight changes in your weight or body shape?
- Have you been restricting your food intake or significantly reducing the types of food you allow yourself to eat?
- Do you experience intense fear or anxiety about gaining weight, even if you are underweight?
- Are you experiencing physical symptoms such as dizziness, fatigue, or hair loss due to inadequate nutrition?
- Have others expressed concern about your eating habits, weight loss, or physical appearance?
- Do you go to great lengths to avoid eating in social situations or around others?
- Do you find it challenging to accept yourself at a healthy weight and have a strong desire to continue losing weight, regardless of its impact on your well-being?
If so, Anorexia Worksheets can help you on your recovery journey.
(+35 Pages of prompts and exercises)
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
- Assessing the Impact
- Identify Your Symptoms
- Find Motivation for Change
- Seeking Professional Help
- Recovery Goals
- Challenge Negative Beliefs
- Identify Triggers
- Manage Triggers
- Do the Opposite
- Mindful Eating
- Manage Challenges
- Release Shame
- Mirror Affirmations Exercise
- Regain Healthy Control
- Relapse Prevention
- Recognize Your Progress
Anorexia, formally known as anorexia nervosa, is characterized by restrictive eating behaviors, an intense fear of gaining weight, and a distorted body image. Individuals with anorexia often engage in extreme dieting, calorie restriction, and excessive exercise in an attempt to achieve and maintain a significantly low body weight, despite being underweight or malnourished.
Note: seek immediate professional help if you or someone you know experiences any of the following:
- Rapid or severe weight loss leading to a significantly low body weight
- Physical complications such as electrolyte
- imbalances, cardiac irregularities, or organ dysfunction
- Severe dehydration, fainting, or collapse
- Suicidal thoughts or self-harming behaviors
- Refusal to engage in any form of treatment or
- Complete social withdrawal and isolation
- Acute food refusal or inability to consume
- sufficient nutrition