Lilly Gray
Lilly Gray answered Anonymous' question

From what you've written, it seems pretty evident that you've got a severe eating disorder. I recommend seeing someone professional about it. Don't not tell anyone, that'll only lead to worse. PLEASE see a health professional. Seek advice ASAPPPPP girl. Something very wrong in this situation. Hope you're okay.. X

Aria Broeka
Aria Broeka answered Anonymous' question

Unless your eating total junk food you never 'get nothing' out of eating.  Eating is not about psychologucal satisfaction.  Thats part of it, yes.  But whether you are enthused or interested or not, your body needs you to eat regularly.  You eat to provide fuel for your entire body to run on.  Without an appropriate … Read more

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered Yin and Yang's question

Itchy and red eyes. Sneezing. When he rolled around in the grass, he would itch all over. Found out the boy is allergic to grass. He was brave enough to mow the grass anyway and would just shower afterwards. Sometimes, kids run a little bit of a fever with allergies. Are you thinking one of … Read more

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered Anonymous' question

It helps if you write down everything that you need to accomplish in the next week or so. Once you get everything down on paper, put them in order of what needs to be done first. As you get one task done, mark it off.

You will have this very problem crop up at various … Read more

Michael Poland
Michael Poland answered Anonymous' question

Thoughts are indeed things.

Be very careful what you think about.

You may be causeing your own problems.

This could be why, the rich get richer and,

the pour get pourer.

Pepper pot
Pepper pot answered Anonymous' question

Prioritise.  Speak to others, sometimes stress blinds you in to seeing what would be helpful. Make yourself regular drinks, and take breaks where you go outside away from things and look at nature etc.

Sven Verhaeghe
Sven Verhaeghe answered Dur Duric's question

Depends if you are looking for short-term or long-term.

  • Short term
I would advise medicine/chiropractor/..

  • Long term

You need to find the cause of the pain.

Make your back stronger with yoga, exercise,  train your lower back with bodyweight or low weights.

Also look at your sleep, matres, etc.. This can be a big cause to.

Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson answered Sudo the Dragon's question

Peanut is an excellent adjuvant as it is potentially highly allergenic and therefore very good at priming the immune system – although its use must also risk not just priming the immune system but sensitising it.

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