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 Post subject: TSM & eating disorders
PostPosted: Thu Aug 22, 2013 1:15 pm 
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Dr. Eskapa -

I'm currently looking for any information regarding TSM & eating disorders. Below is a bit about my background with my eating disorder, as well as my family history with alcohol & drugs, which I had previously posted about in another thread.

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The reason I'm looking into TSM for eating disorders is because of my family history of alcoholism & drug addiction.

I've had an emotional eating/binge eating disorder since the age of 8 1/2. I'm now 37. I know it isn't as bad as some others' problems, but it's pretty bad. I am not looking for a quick fix. I am looking for solutions to augment therapeutic treatment. (I am currently looking into out patient therapy with either a psychiatrist or psychologist who won't automatically send me to OA.)

Like wrote above, there is a family history of alcoholism & drug addiction. My dad, older sister, & older brother are alcoholics/addicts. My dad has been sober for almost 40 years, after he quit all by himself. However, he developed problems with anorexia & exercise addiction later on, which he still has problems with even in his 70s. (I know he really actually wants to drink, but is afraid of the consequences.) My mom had problems with bulimia & binge eating on & off for decades, & it's ruined her health severely. She still secretly binges, although she hardly purges anymore.

I personally have never had a drink, aside from 2 sips of beer when I was 16. I've never done drugs or smoked either. Except, I recognize that I have the personality similar to an alcoholic with regard to my eating disorder.

I have looked through the forum for any information I can find, but from what I've read here so far, it seems all the research having to do with TSM & eating disorders is in it's early stages. I'm a little frustrated by this, but I understand.


Do you know if there is still any research regarding eating disorders & TSM being conducted, & how far along it is? Or has research ceased?

Thank you in advance.


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 Post subject: Re: TSM & eating disorders
PostPosted: Tue Aug 27, 2013 4:35 am 
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Hi Tristan

I'm not Dr Eskapa but I too have an interest in this area. I'm very close to your age and have an eating disorder, I had bulimia in my late teens but as alcohol took over the food thing mostly went away - apart from the fact I always ate when drinking, a lot of partying friends just went off their food.

Anyway as I've lost the alcohol addiction the food thing has come back and at the moment I know I'm using chocolate and other junk in the same way as I did alcohol. I've tried taking 50mg Nal 1 hour before my food sessions but it doesn't appear to be helping. I was purging earlier in the year but am at the point where I mostly can't be bothered with that.

There is a group called Lightlake based in London who are developing a nasal spray for use with eating disorders, I've emailed them but gotten no reply. From the information on their site it looks as if they have a waiting list of volunteers for their trials.

http://www.lightlaketherapeutics.com/

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 Post subject: Re: TSM & eating disorders
PostPosted: Thu Sep 25, 2014 6:36 am 
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Hi UK blonde & Tristan-

i am about to start Naltrexone for binge eating, as well. Never have had drinking problems, which makes me doubt whether or not binge eating releases the same chemicals drinking does, or perhaps only binge drinking yields the same high? i feel absolutely no pleasure from 1-2 drinks, but haven't experimented with more than that.

Anyhow, i was wondering how this method worked for you two. i know this thread is quite old...


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