Hello, I’m Rick Taylar, and this is Weight Loss Mindset!
Meditation is a lifestyle that keeps you grounded, stress-free, and able to tolerate more randomity in your life.
Everyone would benefit from doing daily meditation.
Meditation helps to overcome difficulties and makes life better.
Recovering from an eating disorder can sometimes be a massive task. When in a controlled environment, such as a hospital, recovery may be easier, but things often take a negative toll when reintroduced to the real world. These can range from the effects of stress to feelings of anxiety or worry.
Here’s how meditation can help you stay grounded and successfully recover from an eating disorder:
Meditation Can Teach You Self-Control
Impulsiveness is one of the significant issues associated with eating disorders, a trait cultivated from years of bad habits. Meditation improves conscious thought and promotes self-control by focusing your thoughts on something else.
Meditation Can Improve Intelligent Thinking
You may be asking what intelligence has to do with an eating disorder, right? In the context of intelligence, nothing, because there’s no easy way to predict who’s susceptible to an eating disorder.
Meditation Can Help You Boost Well-Being And Improve Your Mood
Although the biochemical pathways behind anorexia and bulimia are different, one thing that is common in both is the desire for food to deliver short bouts of happiness.
Meditation Urges You To Fight For What You Want
Keeping afloat can be a real struggle, day in and day out. It’s so much easier to fall back into the trap of an eating disorder than it is to fight against it every day. But including meditation as part of a larger strategy will keep you winning.
Recovering from an eating disorder is tough, but meditation can make it much more manageable. It takes more than meditation alone, but by incorporating sessions every day, you’ll be on your way to a fulfilling and happy life.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weightloss-mindset/message