Sharing: The Balancing Act: Eating and Drinking “Enough” from Auptima Press

Kate’s Story: Both my boys have been diagnosed autistic and I’m fairly certain my husband and I are too. One issue we all have is that we get so caught up in what we are doing, that all of a sudden it’s 8 o’clock and time for bed. No one had even thought about eating dinner yet.

Your body may not give you the usual signals of thirst and hunger and you may be so obsessed with something else so eating and drinking regularly may be a challenge for you. Once you get started on a meal, your body may not tell you to stop at a reasonable portion. You might eat the whole pizza or turkey instead.

Research is now also revealing that some autistic women may be obsessed with diet and be at a greater risk for eating disorders like anorexia.

Both remembering to eat and drink and maintaining healthy portions can be compounded during the holidays and if you also have an eating disorder, the constant exposure to holiday foods can add to your obsessive tendencies.

Read the rest of this article at: The Balancing Act: Eating and Drinking “Enough” | Auptima Press

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