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‘They are not alone,’ says a woman who is hooked to ingesting baby powder

eating baby powderEating baby powder : Before her ex-partner discovered her strange habit, a woman in the United Kingdom had been surreptitiously consuming baby powder for ten years.

She is now seeking professional therapy. Lisa Anderson, who has sadness and anxiety and has been informed she may have pica, is still waiting for a definitive diagnosis.

Her problems began after the birth of her fifth kid 15 years ago, she claimed.

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Pica is an eating disorder characterised by the consumption of non-food items with little nutritional value.

Consistent ingestion of these items, which can include dirt, hair, metal, pebbles, ash, clay, and others, is one of the symptoms.

According to NationalEatingDisorders.org, various mental health conditions such as schizophrenia or autism, as well as iron deficiency anaemia and malnutrition, are risk factors.

Anderson, 44, estimates that she spends about $13 per week on her habit, which revolves around Johnson’s baby powder bottles.

She told British news agency SWNS, “I’ve always had it in the house and would douse myself with it after having a bath or shower.”

“I wouldn’t hesitate to put it on the kids after giving them a bath. Then there was that time when I was in the restroom and the scent was simply too much for me.

The top of the bottle had a small amount of dust on it. I couldn’t stop myself from eating it when the need struck.

I just licked it off my palm and had a great time with it. It just landed here.”

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Anderson alleges that from there, her addiction grew to the point that she couldn’t go more than 30 minutes without it.

She eats mints for relief in public to satisfy her urge, according to SWNS.

She told the news organisation, “The longest I’ve gone without it is two days.”

“It was the worst time of my life at the time. I despised it.”

After becoming suspicious about her conduct, her ex-partner barged into her toilet ten years ago and persuaded her to consult a doctor.

She is currently awaiting a formal diagnosis from a therapist, but she is speaking up so that others who have developed weird addictions do not feel alone.

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