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Types Of Eating Disorders

  • Psychiatry Experts’ Tips On How To Avoid Anorexia Relapse

    Have you stopped working out excessively or fasting for days? That’s a great thing! It entails that you are in the process of recovering from anorexia nervosa, an eating disorder. Extreme dieting and exercising are a couple of indications that you have this illness, as you perhaps already know. The fact that you managed to…

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  • Counseling 101: How To Talk Someone Out Of An Eating Disorder

    If I asked you to picture someone with an eating disorder, what comes to mind? — Jennifer Rollin MSW, LCSW-C Eating disorder is an extreme mental illness that enables the individual to take drastic measures to conform to their idea of beauty. In case it’s anorexia, for example, they may work out till their system drops…

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  • How To Help Your Partner Heal From Bulimia

    Have you ever considered what it might be like to deal with bulimia nervosa? You feel the need to step on the scales practically every day. Achieving size 0 does not satisfy you – in fact, you might often try to have a smaller measurement than that if it is possible. An increase in your…

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  • Top Reasons Why You Are Binge Eating

    Source: pixabay.com Binge Eating Disorder (BED) refers to eating vast amounts of food, without feeling hungry, to forget and drown out emotions. The person then feels shame and guilt after engaging in this act. So, what drives a person to binge eat? This disorder comes from a complex combination of several factors, be it sociocultural,…

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  • Self-Help Practices During Recovery From Eating Disorders

    Source: pixabay.com It seems to be the “perfect storm” for binge eating to rear its ugly head and demand more of your attention. — Danielle Swimm LCPC Enlisting the help of a professional or even of your family, friends, and relatives is indeed the best treatment for eating disorders. You are one step towards your goal….

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  • Identifying Eating Disorders Before They Happen

    Source: pixabay.com A person suffering from an eating disorder builds an unhealthy relationship with food. They tend to eat more than what is necessary or less of what is required to nourish the body. It is a severe medical problem that can be detected and treated more quickly in the early stages. If not appropriately…

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