Health What You Should Know About the Girl With Unwashed Hair

10:22  17 april  2018
10:22  17 april  2018 Source:   The Mighty

This Woman Dropped 85 Pounds by Following a Few Simple Rules

  This Woman Dropped 85 Pounds by Following a Few Simple Rules It's a lot easier than you think. Molly Smith, a nutrition student from Vancouver, weighed almost 225 pounds at her heaviest due to a self-proclaimed food addiction. She'd binge on high-calorie snacks and over-eat when she "got hold of treats." Smith, 24, even became depressed, stating that "being overweight is so much more than a physical challenge, but a mental one too."Then, she fell for a guy and began losing weight in the hopes that he'd finally be interested in her. In the process, though, Smith shed the pounds for someone even better: herself.

The main thing people ask about my mental health is how I cope when it gets bad. The answer is, I don’t. I spend days upon days in bed or zoned out. I barely eat, drink or even move. The problem is that I have college on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays

I’ve gone to college with greasy hair , dirty skin, smelling like a junk yard and I’m disgusted by the state I let myself get in, but in the moment I don’t care. Sharing this has been a self-healing, and I hope soon I can get better at dealing with my illnesses when they get bad. If you or someone you know needs

  What You Should Know About the Girl With Unwashed Hair © Softulka/Getty Images The main thing people ask about my mental health is how I cope when it gets bad.

The answer is, I don’t.

I spend days upon days in bed or zoned out. I barely eat, drink or even move. The problem is that I have college on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and I still have to go no matter how I’m feeling. It may sound gross, but sometimes I wear the same clothes all week, which means on days I go to college, people can see I’m dirty. I don’t brush my hair, just get out of bed and go.

When I get bad, the thing that feels “grossest” about me is my personal hygiene.

Laying in bed for days on end in the same clothes does things to a person, but the fact that I often go a week or more without bathing or washing (yes, it’s disgusting, but it’s the truth) is probably the worst thing that I do. This is due to the fact that I cannot be alone with myself, or the urge to cut gets worse. I’ve gone to college with greasy hair, dirty skin, smelling like a junk yard and I’m disgusted by the state I let myself get in, but in the moment I don’t care. It takes so much energy to just exist, I cannot physically pull myself out of bed for long enough to take care of my most basic needs.

There's No Such Thing As a "Girl Push-Up" (but Modified Push-Ups Are Legit As Hell)

  There's No Such Thing As a One of the most annoying terms in the fitness world? "Girl push-ups." We’re referring to the modified push-up, of course, which has absolutely nothing to do with gender. According to Rob Sulaver, founder of Bandana Training and founding trainer at Rumble Boxing, it’s always better to drop to your knees than to struggle through a "push-up" that looks more like an attempt at the worm. "There’s no shame in the regression game," We’re referring to the modified push-up, of course, which has absolutely nothing to do with gender.

Tons of people have touched them before you , sure, but there’s more… So I for one will be thinking twice about wearing unwashed clothing . Yes, I know what you ’re thinking : “but they are new , why should I?”

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The reality of mental illness can be disgusting and horrible, but I hope I am not the only person who goes through this. Sharing this has been a self-healing, and I hope soon I can get better at dealing with my illnesses when they get bad.

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If you struggle with self-harm and you need support right now, call the crisis hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or text “START” to 741741. For a list of ways to cope with self-harm urges, click here.

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Gallery: 45 doctors’ own mental health tips (courtesy Eat This! Not That!)45 Doctor Tips for Improving Mental Health | Eat This, Not That!: By Christina StiehlNurturing your mental health is just as important, if not more so, as your physical health. These expert-approved tips will keep you calm, happy, and focused. For some people, it’s the everyday stresses of life that get them down. For others, it’s an unexplained chemical imbalance in their brain that leads to depression, anxiety, and an overall feeling of hopelessness and helplessness.Just because it’s an invisible disease doesn’t mean it isn’t serious; an estimated 1 in 20 people over the age of 12 in the US have depression, according to the CDC.But the good news is that bad state of mind doesn’t have to be permanent. Through a combination of lifestyle changes, seeking professional help, and taking medication, you can achieve better mental health.We tapped medical doctors, psychologists, and other health professionals for their top tips on achieving a better state of mind. Although everyone experiences mental illness differently, and it’s always advised to seek the help of a medical professional, these 45 tips are a good place to start. Then make sure you avoid the 15 Foods That Make Your Depression or Anxiety Worse. 45 Doctors’ Own Mental Health Tips

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