Bulimia Blog Tag

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Eating Disorder Symptoms

When many people picture an eating disorder, they tend to imagine someone who significantly limits their food intake or engages in self-induced vomiting. However, there are several different types of eating disorders in our society. There is an estimated 35 million Americans suffering from eating disorders, ranging from food aversion to body dissatisfaction. Without a …

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My child has an eating disorder, what do I do?

While many eating disorders develop during adolescence and early adulthood, it is not uncommon for them to occur during childhood. According to the US Department of Health & Human Services, eating disorders occur in nearly three percent of all individuals 13-18-years old. However, the American Academy of Pediatrics has noted eating disorders are increasingly being …

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Battling a Co-Occurring Condition with an Eating Disorder

Eating disorders can be difficult, but they become even more difficult when a co-occurring mental health condition is present. With over 30 million men and women developing an eating disorder at some point in their lives, it is not uncommon that they would also battle a dual diagnosis. The prevalence of a co-occurring mental health …

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Best Practices for Eating Disorder Recovery During the Holidays

By:  Meggan Desmond, Clinical Director For many people, the holidays are “the most wonderful time of the year” as families gather to share in food and festivities of the season. For people recovering from an eating disorder such as anorexia, bulimia or binge eating disorder, the holidays present numerous obstacles and challenges. With proper preparation, a …

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Muscle Dysmorphia, Eating Disorders & Males

While eating disorders are commonly associated with younger women, research has shown that symptoms and behaviors also occur in women over 50. However, this stereotype that eating disorders only appear in females is a misconception. Studies have shown that eating disorders do not discriminate, with males also suffering from this serious mental illness. Some studies …

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