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Help any advice on to warm up? Freezing nonstop an shivery everyother hr - September 26th 2010, 04:18 AM

How cam I warm up an what do I do ?

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Re: Help any advice on to warm up? Freezing nonstop an shivery everyother hr - September 26th 2010, 06:57 AM

blankets and hot chocolate. And gaining more weight.



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Re: Help any advice on to warm up? Freezing nonstop an shivery everyother hr - September 26th 2010, 04:05 PM

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blankets and hot chocolate. And gaining more weight.
U sure?

I just am really worried
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Re: Help any advice on to warm up? Freezing nonstop an shivery everyother hr - September 26th 2010, 04:17 PM

being cold all the time and shivering are parts of eating disorders, a healthy weight helps stop it.



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Re: Help any advice on to warm up? Freezing nonstop an shivery everyother hr - September 26th 2010, 04:20 PM

Keena has it right. While you're suffering from your eating disorder, you'll have a lot of health complications and a lot of discomfort from being ill a lot of the time. The only way you'll truly feel better is if you fight your disorder head on, and get yourself better. Then you won't have these uncomfortable sessions where you're too cold, or your blood sugar level gets low so it makes you ill too. You need to speak to your counsellor again, and your doctor to get someone specifically trained to deal with someone with eating disorders. I think you've suffered enough now, and you need to get some real help to get yourself better.

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Keena has it right. While you're suffering from your eating disorder, you'll have a lot of health complications and a lot of discomfort from being ill a lot of the time. The only way you'll truly feel better is if you fight your disorder head on, and get yourself better. Then you won't have these uncomfortable sessions where you're too cold, or your blood sugar level gets low so it makes you ill too. You need to speak to your counsellor again, and your doctor to get someone specifically trained to deal with someone with eating disorders. I think you've suffered enough now, and you need to get some real help to get yourself better.

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Thanks for the advice an I Agree with you
I'm just not strong enough an inpatient being looked into for me by my therapist
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