Introduction and background

If you are an enthusiastic dieter or weight loss enthusiast, the sign that time for repair work has come for you or any other dieter is an eating disorder. Why? Why should those symptoms have anything to do with what have gone on for us as children and growing up? The answer may lie in the associations of food and eating. The following article is intended to describe the association of various factors with the eating disorder and its impact on human beings. Let’s first describe the term “eating disorder”.

Relationship between appetite and psychological status

It is generally believe that the links between feeling physically full/empty and emotionally full/ empty are extremely close, so close that many of us cannot tell the difference between them. We cannot tell the difference between emotional anguish and hunger; we cannot tell the difference between denying our physical hunger and denying our emotional emptiness. We eat to fill the hole in our hearts. We translate into eating behaviour all the painfulness of our emotional state. So we can try and satisfy our emotional emptiness by eating food we don’t want, then angrily deny our need for love by forcing food out of our bodies, then furiously refuse to acknowledge that we need love or people at all by starving ourselves and cutting ourselves off from the feelings of hunger and of need.

What is an eating disorder?

Contrary to the popular belief, eating disorder is not some form of a “digestive disorder”. Rather, it is a “psychological state or disorder in which a person is inclined to eat abnormally. This abnormality can be expressed in both quantity and frequency. For example, eating too many small meals a day is also considered an eating disorder. Similarly, eating too much at a time (such as in anorexia nervosa) is also an eating disorder.

It is, therefore, believed that eating disorders are not only hell in themselves but that there is no hope in them. They do nothing for us; in fact they do worse than nothing, they actually compound our misery. We may therefore come to that point where we are willing to try an alternative which might have some hope attached to it. Eating disorders have no hope and no end. If you recognise yourself in all this, it is very likely that you are going to need some help.

Does exercise help?

This exercise can be very powerful. Some people find it upsetting when they revisit the memories of mealtimes that were unpleasant. Others recognise that they have repeated a pattern of behaviour in adult life that they didn’t like as a child but still continue. Other people realise that their current attitude to food has been strongly influenced by that early experience. Thinking about these things can be painful but it also gives us more power to choose in the present. While we repeat the patterns of the past without even recognising it, we are the prisoners of those patterns. Seeing them gives us space to think about them and maybe to change them.

Can HCG diet and drops help?

When a person with an eating disorder seeks help in counselling or therapy, she (or he) needs the opportunity to discover that she will not be treated with the contempt and judgement that she doles out to herself on a daily basis. Unless there can be that much safety and acceptance, she is most unlikely to say any more about anything.

Quite recently, there has been much debate among the experts that whether HCG diet and drops should be used in a person who is suffering from an eating disorder. Our verdict is, it actually depends on the dietary habits, lifestyle and emotional state of a person. However, considering the core benefits of an HCG diet and drops i.e. safety, homoeopathic nature, affordability and all, it can be said that there is no harm in trying them out.


Are there any good HCG drops available?

Fortunately yes. There are quite a few good HCG drops available in the market that can be purchased online securely and confidentially. By nature, HCG drops are homoeopathic drops in which a much “diluted” form of HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) is present. Upon regular and proper administration, this HCG acts as a natural “appetite suppressant” and, hence, helps to manage or control an eating disorder. One of the best things about HCG drops is the fact that they can be perfectly used even for a normal dieter (one without any eating disorder).

However, it is always a safe and recommended practice to choose quality HCG drops that come from a reputable platform and an authentic manufacturer. The following review / comparison will help you choose some of the best homoeopathic drops that are currently available.

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