Yoga & meditation

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Given that bulimia nervosa, as with many eating disorders, is actually a disorder that affects both the body and mind, it makes sense that some of the natural remedies are intended to benefit both the body and mind. Yoga and meditation have both been linked with decreased stress levels and more clear-headed thinking, more stable moods, and less compulsive or destructive behavior. For someone suffering from bulimia nervosa, the calming and balancing effects of yoga and meditation could be precisely what they need to get over their compulsions and insecurities. Protection Status
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