Australia: This Australian model was a victim of a serious disorder, periods did not come for two years

This model used to sleep twelve hours a day, told about her personal experiences through Instagram post

Periods are a unique part of a woman’s life. Every woman goes through this every month and during this time she has to face many problems. Although today there are many reasons, including irregularities and eating disorders, due to which women’s periods are often delayed, but recently, Australian model, former Miss Teen Universe (2006) and Kissed Earth co-founder Rachel Finch. told during an interview that he did not get periods for 2 years.

Let us tell you that he had a habit behind this, due to which he also had to face eating disorder. She faced this problem when she was in the early stages of her modeling. Rachel Finch told that she had become used to getting 12 hours of sleep. Due to this habit, she went through a very unhealthy situation in the initial days of modeling. She used to sleep from 7 in the evening to 7 in the morning.

Next to this she says, “Suppose everyone wants him to sleep for a long time but it was a warning sign for me. After 12 hours of sleep, I started to understand that something was wrong. I used to feel tired even after 12 hours of sleep. I didn’t get periods for 2 years. But if I look at that time today, I feel what a big mistake I made at that time.

Talking about eating disorder, let us tell you that it is a kind of mental disorder, in which a person sometimes eats too much and sometimes eats too little. So little that his weight is reduced and body mass also decreases. On this, Rachel told about her personal experiences for the first time through an Instagram post. Research suggests that sleeping more or less can lead to an eating disorder.

In many cases, if someone does not sleep, he runs towards food. Many people not only abstain from eating to get rid of obesity, but also resort to harmful methods to reduce the calories present in the body, which has a bad effect. If you are also troubled by your eating habits, then you may also be a victim of eating disorder. The main causes of eating disorder are not yet known, but this condition is believed to be due to biological and environmental factors. According to a research, eating disorders called anorexia and bulimia are 10 times more common in women than in men. Experts always recommend 7-8 hours of deep sleep and a diet rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

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